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[Summary]Thomas Gage War of the Austrian Succession Battle of Fontenoy Second Jacobite Uprising Battle of Culloden French and Indian War Braddock Expedition Battle of the Monongahela Battle of Carillon Pontiac's Rebellion American War of Independence Battles

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Thomas Gage

War of the Austrian Succession

Battle of Fontenoy

Second Jacobite Uprising

Battle of Culloden

French and Indian War

Braddock Expedition

Battle of the Monongahela

Battle of Carillon

Pontiac's Rebellion
American War of Independence

Battles of Lexington and Concord

Siege of Boston

Battle of Bunker Hill

General Thomas Gage

General Thomas Gage

by Janelle Pavao

Thomas Gage was a British General known for his service in the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. The second son of a Viscount, he was born in 1719 or 1720 in England, This nobleman's status would serve him well in life, as his brother, who succeeded their father as viscount, used his power to advance Thomas' political and military standing.

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