Low on ammunition and taking heavy casualties as they stand in the open, the Highlanders are easy targets for the French marksmen only 20 yards away.
The Grenadier company is on the verge of colapse. With their last officer mortally wounded, they await the order to reload. Sergeant James Thompson attempts to keep the line steady and intact. Minutes later the small sickly British army were to be forced to make a hazardous withdrawl of over a mile to the city of Quebec.
From: Osprey's, Highlander in the French-Indian War, 1756-67
EDITION: 50 signed giclée prints
PRINT SIZE: Dimensions are approximate and include a signed border.
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