El general James Wolfe ( 2 de enero de 1727 - 13 de septiembre de 1759) fue un oficial del ejército británico considerado como un héroe en Canadá debido a su victoria contra los franceses en la batalla de Quebec. Dicha victoria supuso el comienzo del dominio británico en Canadá.
1 de dic. de 2023 · James Wolfe (born Jan. 2, 1727, Westerham, Kent, Eng.—died Sept. 13, 1759, Quebec) commander of the British army at the capture of Quebec from the French in 1759, a victory that led to British supremacy in Canada.
James Wolfe: The heroic martyr. An army reformer who attained high rank at a young age, Major-General James Wolfe was Britain’s most celebrated military hero of the 18th century. His victory over the French at Quebec in 1759 resulted in the unification of Canada and the American colonies under the British crown.
James Wolfe (2 January 1727 – 13 September 1759) was a British Army officer known for his training reforms and, as a major general, remembered chiefly for his victory in 1759 over the French at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in Quebec.
29 de ene. de 2008 · James Wolfe, British army officer (born 2 January 1727 in Westerham, Kent, England; died 13 September 1759 near Quebec City). Wolfe fought in the War of the Austrian Succession , the suppression of the Jacobite Rebellion and the Seven Years’ War .
James Wolfe, a renowned British Army officer, left a lasting legacy in British history through his military achievements and victories during the Seven Years' War. Born on 2 January 1727 in Westerham, Kent, Wolfe's illustrious military career was marked by training reforms and successful campaigns, most notably his victory at the Battle of the ...
General James Wolfe, arguably Britain’s most celebrated military hero of the 18th century, is best known for his victory over the French at Quebec in 1759… Richard Eggington 10 min read