The National Battlefields Commission
Plains of Abraham
Lévis had over 7,000 men, half of which were regular soldiers, while the rest included militiamen and Amerindians137. This force was much greater in numbers and in quality than the force Montcalm had commanded on September 13138. Nevertheless, it had been weakened by a lack of provisions and ammunitions.
French Forces on the Battlefield on April 28, 1760
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André Charbonneau, « Québec, ville assiégée », Dans Serge Bernier et al. Québec, ville militaire (1608-2008), Montréal: Art Global, 2008, p. 143-144.
Lévis deployed his troops as follows: