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The death of General James Wolfe, 1759
General James Wolfe became a British hero after defeating the French on the Plains of Abraham, outside Quebec, on 13 September 1759. General Wolfe and the French General Montcalm were both killed in the battle for Quebec. The city surrendered on 17 September 1759.
- Image reference: F7408
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London