For Want of Sloops, Water Casks, and Rum: The Difficulties of Logistics in the Canadian Theater of the Seven Years War

Author/s: Daniel Bazan, MA
Availability: Open Access
Type: Thesis
Year: 2013
Category: Physical Geography
Institution: Liberty University

Abstract: The thesis examines the various difficulties with logistics the British needed to overcome in Canada during the Seven Years War and those who helped . Without the necessary supplies and provisions for frontier campaigning, Britain would have lost the war. The thesis provides primary accounts of the geography during the war, various logistical factors, and the men that helped provide the necessary materials for the successful outcome of the British offensive in Canada.

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