Class Notes

The Beginning of the French and Indian War did not go so well for the British fighting in the Americas. The British Army greatly outnumbered the French Army, so there was no incentive for the French to fight in a traditional European style. Instead, they used guerrilla tactics and attacked small settlements.  When they did fight the British Army, they preferred to fight in the woods and hid behind trees, where they could make up for the difference in numbers. 

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