Jean-Daniel Dumas

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Jean-Daniel Dumas (24 February 1721 – 2 August 1794) was a French officer in the Seven Years' War. During a battle, the French and Indians launched an attack on General Braddock's column at the Battle of the Monongahela. Dumas and Charles Michel de Langlade took command when their commanding officer, Daniel Liénard de Beaujeu, was shot dead in the opening moments of the battle.

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