Battle of Quebec 1759
General Wolfe's decisive defeat of the French army under the Marquis de Montcalm at Quebec on 13th September 1759, that led to the British capture of Canada, with the deaths of both generals at the moment of victory
EL SOLDADO AMERICANO DESDE 1755 (Guerras coloniales) Ilustrado por Phlip Kattcher.
Nº 1.-Rangers,His Majesty´s Independent Companies of American Ranger,1758. ...
Chapter One-The Fortress:- A colonial ranger recruited from the frontiers of New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Lt Nathaniel Meech of Rogers' Rangers led the first detachment ashore on the Isle of Orleans. Adept at patrolling and raiding they were the British equivalent of the "coureurs de bois".
James Wolfe was a general for the British army at that time. He fought against Montcalm on the Plains of Abraham. Wolfe and Montcalm both died,but before Wolfe died one of the British soldiers went up to him and said,'' the British won."