Seven Years’ War. Lsn 4. ID & SIG:. central position, Frederick the Great, French and Indian War, oblique order, Quebec, Quiberon Bay, Rossbach-Leuthen, Seven Years’ War, Wolfe. Agenda. Causes Frederick the Great British Navy French and Indian War Results. Seven Years’ War: Causes.
In the 18th Century, Britain was the dominant naval power while France had a powerful army
In the oblique order the commander strengthens one wing of his army and employs it to attack the enemy flank, while holding back another, smaller wing to threaten the enemy’s main force and keep it from changing position
Lord Edmund Hawke commanded the British fleet of 23 ships at Quiberon Bay
The Battle of Quiberon Bay by Nicholas Pocock
Braddock’s defeat at the Battle of Monongahela
Louis Joseph Montcalm commanded the French forces