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List of Canadian military victories

The following are battle victories by Canadians in different wars.[1] According to the below list, Canadian victories are French victories prior to the British Conquest of Quebec (1759). Prior to this conquest, any victories by the British in Nova Scotia (even after the Conquest of Acadia in 1710) and aboriginal victories over the colonial empires are not considered Canadian victories (e.g., see aboriginal victories in Father Le Loutre's War).

17th century

Frontenac receiving the envoy of Sir William Phipps demanding the surrender of Quebec, 1690

18th century

The Victory of Montcalm's Troops at Carillon by Henry Alexander Ogden

19th century

The Surrender of Detroit by John Wycliffe Lowes Forster15–16 August 1812

20th century

Canadian troops at the Battle of Vimy Ridge

See also

References

  1. ^ Desmond Morton (7 August 2007). A Military History of Canada. Random House Digital, Inc.  
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