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  1. Sir Banastre Tarleton, 1st Baronet GCB (21 August 1754 – 15 January 1833) was a British general and politician. He is best known as the lieutenant colonel leading the British Legion at the end of the American Revolutionary War. He later served in Portugal and held commands in Ireland and England.

  2. Banastre Tarleton (21 de agosto de 1754-16 de enero de 1833) fue un oficial del Ejército Británico y político inglés, con una destacada participación en la Guerra de Independencia de los Estados Unidos.

  3. Hace 1 día · Banastre Tarleton (1754-1833) was a British military officer and politician, most famous for his role in the southern campaigns of the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). In command of an elite unit of Loyalists called the British Legion, Tarleton gained a reputation for aggression and cruelty, with Patriots even coining the phrase 'Tarleton's Quarter' to refer to his mercilessness.

  4. Banastre Tarleton. Date of Birth - Death August 21, 1754 - January 15, 1833. Born in Liverpool, Tarleton went to Oxford and studied law at Middle Temple. Although lacking a military education, his family purchased a cornet's commission for him in the 1st Dragoon Guards.

  5. Nicknamed "Bloody Ban" by Patriots, Banastre Tarleton became infamous in the southern states during the American Revolution. His conduct illustrated and exacerbated the problems the British faced in pacifying the population of the Carolinas.

  6. 9 de oct. de 2023 · Banastre Tarleton was a British military officer during the American Revolutionary War, known for his aggressive tactics and brutal reputation. He commanded the British Legion, a feared cavalry unit, and earned notoriety for his role in battles such as Waxhaws and Cowpens.

  7. 1 de jul. de 2019 · Banastre Tarleton (August 21, 1754–January 15, 1833) was a British Army officer during the American Revolution who became notorious for his actions in the southern theater of the war.