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Deutsch: Die Schlacht bei Québec (1775)
English: Arnold's column is shattered in fierce street fighting during the Battle of Quebec.
Français : La colonne de Benedict Arnold est brisée durant les féroces batatilles de rue de la Bataille de Québec.
Italiano: Forze anglo-canadesi respingono gli americani a Québec.
English: Depicting 1775 battle, published 1916
Français : Bataille a eu lieu en 1775; image publiée en 1916
Source Cover art for The father of British Canada: a chronicle of Carleton, Volume 12 by William Wood ( see also text version)
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