French and Indian War

Montreal Campaign
Capitulation de Montréal en 1760 ©Image Attribution forthcoming. Image belongs to the respective owner(s).
1760 Jul 2

Montreal Campaign

St. Lawrence River, Montreal,
The Montreal Campaign, also known as the Fall of Montreal, was a British three-pronged offensive against Montreal which took place from July 2 to 8 September 1760 during the French and Indian War as part of the global Seven Years' War. The campaign, pitted against an outnumbered and outsupplied French army, led to the capitulation and occupation of Montreal, the largest remaining city in French Canada.

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