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British grenadiers at the Battle of Quebec, Seven Years War

British grenadiers at the Battle of Quebec, Seven Years War

seven years war british uniforms - Google Search

seven years war british uniforms - Google Search

Gunner, Royal Artillery, 1751-1764 - "This British artilleryman wears the blue coat of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. Gunners in most European armies wore dark-coloured clothing to disguise the dirt and grime that soon disfigured anyone firing artillery using gunpowder propellant. The yellow lace was added to the uniforms in 1750, and this pattern of clothing was worn from 1751 to 1764."

Gunner, Royal Artillery, 1751-1764 - "This British artilleryman wears the blue coat of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. Gunners in most European armies wore dark-coloured clothing to disguise the dirt and grime that soon disfigured anyone firing artillery using gunpowder propellant. The yellow lace was added to the uniforms in 1750, and this pattern of clothing was worn from 1751 to 1764."

En 1758, en el apogeo de las Guerras Franco-Indias, el General de Brigada británico John Forbes llevó a su ejército en un avance metódico contra Fort Duquesene, la sede francesa en el valle de Ohio. Como su ejército avanzando sobre el fuerte, envió a los montañeses de 77th, formado por 850 hombres, en un reconocimiento en fuerza contra el fuerte. Los franceses, alertados de este movimiento, lanzaron su propio contraataque, con 500 franceses y canadienses... Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

En 1758, en el apogeo de las Guerras Franco-Indias, el General de Brigada británico John Forbes llevó a su ejército en un avance metódico contra Fort Duquesene, la sede francesa en el valle de Ohio. Como su ejército avanzando sobre el fuerte, envió a los montañeses de 77th, formado por 850 hombres, en un reconocimiento en fuerza contra el fuerte. Los franceses, alertados de este movimiento, lanzaron su propio contraataque, con 500 franceses y canadienses... Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

General Wolfe's British army during the French and Indian War

General Wolfe's British army during the French and Indian War

British Infantry of the French & Indian War

British Infantry of the French & Indian War

Light infantry soldier of the 48th Regiment of Foot, 1759-1760 - "During the Seven Years' War, the British infantry regiments in North America converted one of their ten companies into a 'light company.' These men were trained to fight in the forests. Like the other units, the light infantry of the 48th Regiment of Foot modified their uniforms to match their new role."

Light infantry soldier of the 48th Regiment of Foot, 1759-1760 - "During the Seven Years' War, the British infantry regiments in North America converted one of their ten companies into a 'light company.' These men were trained to fight in the forests. Like the other units, the light infantry of the 48th Regiment of Foot modified their uniforms to match their new role."

Detail of The British soldiers make the arduous ascent of the Heights of Abraham to take Quebec by Peter Jackson

Detail of The British soldiers make the arduous ascent of the Heights of Abraham to take Quebec by Peter Jackson

British infantry charging against the French in Quebec, Seven Years War

British infantry charging against the French in Quebec, Seven Years War

Barrell’s 4th King’s Own Royal Regiment with the 5th and 6th Foot (from Tim Reese’s CD Rom of 20 illustrations of British Regiments as recorded by the PAINTER David Morier.

Barrell’s 4th King’s Own Royal Regiment with the 5th and 6th Foot (from Tim Reese’s CD Rom of 20 illustrations of British Regiments as recorded by the PAINTER David Morier.

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