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A view of the taking of Quebec 13 September 1759
The troops for the British attack on Quebec assembled at Louisbourg in May 1759. General Wolfe's men disembarked at the foot of a cliff. The top was secured and the entire army scaled the height to await the French army led by General Montcalm.
- Image reference: F7407
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London