The French and Indian War, also known as the Seven Year War, in North America 1757 to 1762:
French Fire Ships off Quebec: Battle of Quebec 13th September 1759 in the French and Indian War
Braddock on the Monongahela: General Braddock’s defeat on the Monongahela River in June 1755.
The following parts set out British Battles in depth account of the preparations for and conduct of the campaign of Major-General Edward Braddock to the Monongahela River in 1755:
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 1: The origins of General Braddock’s expedition.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 2: The deterioration in relations between Britain and France in America in the 1750s.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 3: The Planning of General Braddock’s expedition.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 4: The appointment of Edward Braddock as commander-in-chief in America in November 1754.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 5: Braddock’s regiments, Halkett’s 44th and Dunbar’s 48th, and his departure for Virginia.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 6: Braddock’s march to Will’s Creek, via Alexandria, Frederick and Winchester in Virginia and Maryland in 1755.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 7: Braddock’s army at Fort Cumberland in Maryland in May 1755.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 8: Braddock’s army’s march from Fort Cumberland to Little Meadows May to June 1755.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 9: Braddock’s army’s march from Little Meadows to the Monongahela River May to June 1755.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 10: Braddock’s final battle on 9th June 1755.
- Braddock on the Monongahela Part 11: The 2nd Earl of Albemarle, the Duke of Cumberland and Edward Braddock’s expedition to capture Fort Duquesne in 1755.
- Battle of Ticonderoga 1758: General Abercromby’s disastrous frontal assault on the French Fort at Ticonderoga on 8th July 1758.
- Battle of Louisburg: General Amherst’s capture of the key French Fortress on Cape Breton Island on 27th July 1758.
- Battle of Quebec 1759: The battle won on 13th September 1759 by General James Wolfe over his French rival General Montcalm that spelt the end of the French colony in Canada.