The British Defeat of the French in Pennsylvania, 1758: A by Douglas R. Cubbison

By Douglas R. Cubbison

this can be the 1st whole army research of the crusade directed via Brigadier common John Forbes in 1758 to force the French out of the forks of the Ohio River. the writer info the management, logistics, artillery, education and self-discipline that resulted in the campaign’s luck and discusses its function in American Colonial history.

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