The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War
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  • Straight Line! Ready To Shoot!
  • Ready, Aim, Fire!!
  • Native American Relations 
  • Look, I know we've disappointed you a bunch of times. Us taking your property and being selfish. But we need your help this time. Please help us win the fight. 
  • Leadership
  • A very European style, the British would fight in a linear formation or in a straight line ready to load and shoot their enemies one by one. Even when they were in the dense wilderness, because of their bright red coats, if their enemies saw them, they could've been killed by the British. 
  • Shh! Surprise! 
  • The British and the Natives didn't have an accord until they were able to convince them int fighting the French. They took all of their property and consider "the wilderness" was theirs during the trade.
  • Native American Relations 
  • Welcome back friends and a sure well done! We would like to bring some new fur for you! 
  • The British were lead by three people who all experienced loss during the war including death. They were George Washington, Edward Braddock, and James Wolfe.
  • Leadership
  • This should be a good hiding place for both the Natives and ourselves. 
  • Using and adapting the Native American style, they used "guerrilla" which was mainly relying on the environment. They used camouflage to blend in with nature and did "surprises", which was attacking their enemy in surprise. This specific technique made it very hard for their enemies to spot them. 
  • Shh! We have to be very quite and very vigilant so the British won't catch us!
  • Unlike the British, the French had a positive relationship with the Huron Indians. Both groups worked together in the war out of trust and respect for one other. The French were good friends to the point where they even tried to "change" them. 
  • The French were lead by Louis - Joseph de Montcalm. He was a very good strategist who lead his army into victory until he died in the battle of Quebec. 
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