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Braddock's road to defeat began when he made the decision to move his large army and equipment through thick woods. It was a difficult task that he thought was a mandatory task.
On the other side of the spectrum, the French had a plan of their own. They planned to ambush the British army at the Monongahela River.
Young George Washington tried to warn Braddock about the French and Indian's battle tactics which he was unfamiliar with. However, Braddock didn't take Washington's advice.
Braddock as well as the French commander died during the battle at Fort Duquesne. The battle continued after their deaths.
The British's original plan to maintain strong formations soon backfired and the Indians and the French had the upper hand. This left most of the British's large army wounded or dead.
After Braddock's death in the battle, George Washington became the official leader. He wanted to take control and maintain order for the British army.
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