The irony of the attempt to change the fact that Wolfe used his knowledge of how military action can be used in the promotion of daring feats cannot be expunged by the various Kebecois (Franco-Amerindian) historians of today, no matter how much they try. Because what happened at Quebec City on September 13, 1759 has gone down in history as the beginning of the end for the French Empire in North America.
The Battle of the Plains of Abraham was revisited long after death Of Brigadier-General James Wolfe on September 13, 1759, by Eisenhower in Normandy, France in 1944 and by MacArthur on Inchon Beach, Korea, in 1951.
The descendants of the Franco-Amerindians, today's Acadien, Canadien or Kebecois that fought on September 13, 1759 at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, New France may not believe it but the Irishman a river pilot and trader named Abraham Martin that they had falsely accused of raping a young girl and confiscating his property, came back to haunt them on that fateful day in September.
They, the Franco-Amerindians had robbed the hard-working Irishman Abraham Martin of all his worldly goods, but it was the luck of the Irish that prevailed and the Frnco-Amerindian thieves lost their own land to the British. Call this fate, but Abraham Martin had the last laugh on those who robbed him of all that he possessed. So it must have been the Wailing Banshee that brought on the death rattle of the French and their Franco-Amerindian offspring on Abraham Martin's pasture on September 13, 1759
Yes! The Franco-Amerindian may change all they want in their spurious history books of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, but reality will always override falsehood come what may. Like the Nazis of yesteryear the Kebecois try to revise history but even then they are exposed as charlatans. Thus the only wars the Franco-Amerindians can win are on paper, because of the pure drivel that they write which is not backed up by any facts.
Kenneth T. Tellis