Battle of Quebec
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Battle of Quebec can refer to:
- in Warfare
- Surrender of Quebec, the taking of Quebec (without battle) in 1629, by English privateers led by David Kirke during the Thirty Years' War.
- Battle of Quebec (1690), failed English attempt to capture the city during the War of the Grand Alliance or King William's War
- Quebec Expedition (1711), British expedition to capture the city during the Queen Anne's War or War of the Spanish Succession; the expedition turned back after ships foundered on the coast of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence
- Battle of the Plains of Abraham, successful capture of the city by the British in the Seven Years' War or French and Indian War in 1759
- Battle of Sainte-Foy, French victory over British troops outside the city during the Seven Years' War or French and Indian War in 1760
- Benedict Arnold's expedition to Quebec
- Battle of Quebec (1775), failed American attempt to capture the city during the American Revolutionary War
- in Sports
- Battle of Quebec (ice hockey), is a former National Hockey League (NHL) rivalry between the Montreal Canadiens and Quebec Nordiques.
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