Battle of Beauport
The battles of Beauport took place the July 31st 1759 between the British fleet and the French forces cut off behind the fortifications from the town of Quebec. The British tried to unload their troops close to the city, with Beauport, in the east of the city. In spite of an intensive bombardment, French defense resisted and the British failed their unloading. The latter will again test a few days later at another place and will succeed in unloading. The Bataille of the plains of Abraham the September 13rd followed from there.
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