French vs. British Fighting Styles
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Farah Mohamed Mr. Shapiro Period 3
"Ready, Aim, Fire!"
The British marched in lines and waited for the command to fire. They made sure they were noticed and wore bright red coats.
The Britain leaders were George Washington, Edward Braddock, and James Wolfe.
They would stand in lines taking turns to shoot. Their fighting style was called "European style".
The French/Natives hid behind trees and used the lay of the land to "sneak up" on the British. They tried to not be noticed and wore colors to blend in with the environment.
The French leader mainly was Joseph de Montcalm who specialized in military.
The French and Natives had made an alliance and helped each other. The French had "guerrilla" fighting tactics.
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