The Battle of Quebec
By: Angie Thomas
The battle of Quebec
The generals who caught in the battle of Quebec are very important.Guy Carlieton served for the Britsh, and nothing else. A lot of generals served for both sides, the British and America. Allan Maclean served for the British, but that's not it. Richard Montgomery he served for the British and America. Benedict Arnold served for The British and America. Daniel Morgon served for the Americans, only the Americans. James Livington served for Canada, the only one who served for Canada. James Wolfe served for the British and he had bad wounds. The generals served or worked for, are very serprixing.
How and Why they Attacked
About the Battle
Retreat- an act or process of withdrawing especially from what Is difficult, dangerous, or disagreeable.
Seaboard- the part of a county that is along or near the sea.
Fortress- a fortifield place: a large and permanent fortification sometimes including a town.
Command- to direct authoritatively: order
American Revolution ( Battles )