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Major John Andre a British spymaster convicted as a spy on American soil and sentenced to die what do you think happened Andre had a fabulous childhood and wonderful teen years until his father died when he was nineteen Supposedly driven by a broken heart for a few reasons he joined the British Army With all his wit and irresistible characteristics he soon found his rank getting higher and higher Being caught as a spy he was sentenced to the gallows after only six years in the army At first I thought he was just a normal spy that had gotten caught and hung like many others through out the course of history but after gaining the knowledge about Andre you start to realize he was a slightly different case and maybe even his sentencing was unfairif you want to know where I get such ideas please read on John Andre was born in 1750 in London England His mother was Swiss and his father was French He received his education in Geneva He schooled there until he was 18 As a child his main hobbies and interests were the arts He was especially fond of drama being he participated in amateur theater The two other things he probably enjoyed most were writing poetry and sketching He wrote poetry quite often and today a fair amount of people refer to him as Major John Andre the poet some of his works have been published in different things one example his poem My Hiding Place has been printed on numerous bookmarks Sketching his other hobby he did in his free time he mostly enjoyed sketching young ladies and even doing self-portraits He normally used these different forms of the arts to show and vent his feelings if materials necessary for these activities we not available to him another place he found he could go to relax him was music he was definitely an ardent music lover
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