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Braddock was moving a a large body of men across the dense woods.
Braddock mostly failed in his attempts to recruit Native American allies.
The French realized they could not withstand the cannons, and decided to ambush Braddock's army as he crossed the Monganela river.
Washington tried to warn Braddock that the french and the Indians fought differently than the open-feild, but his efforts were ignored.
Both the British commander, Braddock, and the French commander, Beauju, were killed.
Colonel Washington emerges by taking control and maintaining some order.
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