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How many soldiers fought in the Battle of Quebec?

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How many soldiers fought in the Battle of Quebec?

The Battle of Quebec:

The Battle of Quebec of 1759 was an important military confrontation of the French and Indian War, and this battle is often called the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. In this battle, James Wolfe led the British to fight the French defenders of Quebec City, who were led by Louis Montcalm.

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Nearly 8,000 troops in total were deployed in the Battle of Quebec in 1759. The British troops surprised the French by secretly climbing the cliffs...

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