James Wolfes’ victory at Quebec gave the British dominion over North American. It was the victory of an army forced to adapt fast to the demands of colonial warfare in the wilderness
The Battle of Quebec on 13 September 1759, below, showing the deployment of the British (shown in red) and French forces (shown in blue) at the beginning of the action.
The first anchorage of British fleets landed on 26 June.
Taken from our new series A History of the British Army in 25 Battles. To read the full article, see Issue 15 of Military History Monthly.