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To counter threats from both Native Americans and one another, the English and the French colonists increasingly utilized guerilla warfare. Two men in particular, the Puritan Benjamin Church and the French-Canadian Joseph-François Hertel, played important roles in the development of irregular warfare amongst their respective peoples. These two men developed the tactics, advocated their usage, implemented them successfully, provided leadership in battle, and eventually laid down a mantle that was picked up by successive generations of soldiers on both sides of the nascent conflict of empires. While Church is better known today, there is no doubt that Hertel was also feared and respected. Of the two, he was likely the more experienced and proficient in irregular warfare.
Hilmer, Christopher L.
"Benjamin Church, Joseph-François Hertel, and the Origins of Irregular Warfare in the Early Colonial Period,"
Saber and Scroll: Vol. 4
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.apus.edu/saberandscroll/vol4/iss3/5
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