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Transcript of James Wolfe
He had to capture the fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island
He and Jeffery Amherst formed a good team, and they took over the fort Major General Jeffery Amherst. Wolfe was then ordered to raid French Settlements along the St. Lawrence Wolfe arrived in Quebec from a different direction then expected, surprising the French commander, Marquis de Montcalm Wolfe established his army on the Ile d'Orléans and the south shore of the St. Lawrence at Point Levis, and began a bombardment of the city On July 31st, he attacked Montcalm, but without success The Battle of Quebec Forming for battle, Wolfe's army was confronted by French troops under Montcalm Early in the battle, Wolfe hit in the wrist. He bandaged the injury and continued, but then he was hit in the stomach and chest. He issued his final orders, and died on the field. James Wolfe Strengths and Weaknesses James Wolfe's strength, was that he wasn't afraid to attack his enemies at night and by surprise. This was good in battle because he would attack when his opponients were least expecting it His weakness was his health. Wolfe suffered from different illnesses throughout his life, including kidney stones. His health prevented him from going on going on a few battles and doing different things that he would have normally Marquis de Montcalm