Battle of Quebec 1759

Battle of Quebec 1759

British Major General Wolfe and 4,500 men fought Marquis de Montcalm and his French soldiers on the Plains of Abraham outside of the walled city of Quebec.  The Battle of Quebec lasted less than an hour, was a decided victory for the British and key to their possession of all of New France.  Both generals were mortally wounded in the battle.  This year marks the 257th anniversary of the Battle of Quebec.

Trivia for the week:  How many men did Montcalm command at the battle that day?

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