Fighting Style: Great Britain would fight using "European Style" which usually meant many would have used swords or guns and would stay in a traditional linear formation. They waited until a commander yelled, "Ready, Aim FIRE!". Sadly, this was an inefficient way of fighting due to the lack of bullets. The British soldiers ran out of bullets way to quickly giving their enemies an advantage of shooting the guts out of them.
Welp, know ones here...
Native American Relations: At first, the British had little to no interest with the Native Americans. They called them "Savages". After needing more men for the war against the French, they started to become closer with the tribe, Iroquois.
Leadership: The leaders for Great Britain were Edward Braddock, James Wolfe, and a young former president, George Washington. During the battle, Washington lost Fort Necessity while Braddock and Wolfe were killed.
Fighting Style: The French like to use camouflage to hide from their opponents and sneak up on them. This skill gave them an advantage because while Great Britain wears shining coats, they are blending in and will have a great shooting position.
Native American Relations: The relationship with the Native Americans was strong because of how they treated them with respect, they were trading partners, and because of how they didn't mock them by calling them "Savages".
Leadership: The leader for the French was Louis-Joseph de Montcalm. He was their primary leader and he had exceptional strategies. During the fight of Quebec, Montcalm was killed.