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  • British Forces: Fighting Style The British would fight in a traditional linear formation. They waited until someone would yell "Ready, Aim, FIRE". This was ineffective since many would die because of how long it took to reload the guns. They would wear bright red clothing and would be easily spotted in the woods or from afar.
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  • British Forces: Native American Relations  At first, the British wanted nothing to do with the "savages" and were determined to win the war by themselves. But, they eventually allied with the Iroquois Indians after promising to stop taking their land. 
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  • British Forces: Leadership  The leaders of the British Army were Edward Braddock, James Wolfe, and a young George Washington. Braddock and Wolfe were killed in battle, Washington lost Fort Necessity 
  • French Forces: Fighting Style French fought in a Native American "guerilla" style, relying on camouflage as they wore dark navy clothes. This made them hard to spot in battle.
  • French Forces: Native American Relations The French and Natives were allies from the beginning, they were trading partners. This allowed them to get help from many tribes especially the Hurons.
  • French Forces: Leadership The main leader of the French was Louis-Joeseph de Montcalm. He was killed in the battle of Quebec by General James Wolf.
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