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BRITISH ARMY - Soldier of the 45th Regiment of Foot, c.1763 - "The 45th Regiment of Foot was one of the British units involved in the retaking of St. John's, Newfoundland after its capture by a French fleet in June 1762. Earlier in the war, the regiment took part in the capture of Fort Beausejour (1755) and the siege of Louisbourg (1758).

Soldier of the Regiment of Foot, - “The Regiment of Foot was one of the British units involved in the retaking of St. John’s, Newfoundland after its capture by a French fleet in June Earlier in the war, the regiment took part.

American Revolution: Here is an older study of a Loyalist officer of the King's American Regiment (4th American) . In many of the Loyalist units the officers were as well appointed (or better) than their counterparts in the British Army.

American Revolution: Here is an older study of a Loyalist officer of the King's American Regiment . In many of the Loyalist units the officers were as well appointed than their counterparts in the British Army.

38th Regiment of Foot 1759 at Guadeloupe. It is often overlooked that the French Indian Wars were part of a larger global struggle for empire between Britain and France and there was as much fighting in the West Indies as the Canadian border.

Regiment of Foot 1759 at Guadeloupe. It is often overlooked that the French Indian Wars were part of a larger global struggle for empire between Britain and France and there was as much fighting in the West Indies as the Canadian border.

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