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What people did France send to colonies?

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Asked by gurpreet, 10 Dec '12 05:18 pm
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In seventeen seventy eight , France sent Jean-Baptiste Donatein de-Vimer, cone de Rochambeau, better known as Rochambeau along with seven thousand French troops; Chateau de Ravel, better known as Count Charles Hector, Comte d'Estaing, along with twelve ships and fourteen frigates; Admiral Francois Joseph Paul de Grasse also known as Comte de Grasse, and Vice Admiral Louis Guillovet, Comte d'oOvilliers> When the Vice Admiral came to America, he joined forces Admiral Charles Hector. It was their strategy to blockade any ships headed for British General Cornwallis that led to the generals surrender. Also there, was Marquis de Lafayette. He and some others came on their own in seventeen seventy seven. In total, France sent nine infantry regiments and a Dragoon (a volunteer fighting force).
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In seventeen seventy eight , France sent Jean-Baptiste Donatein de-Vimer, cone de Rochambeau, better known as Rochambeau along with seven thousand French troops; Chateau de Ravel, better known as Count Charles Hector, Comte d'Estaing, along with twelve ships and fourteen frigates; Admiral Francois Joseph Paul de Grasse also known as Comte de Grasse, and Vice Admiral Louis Guillovet, Comte d'oOvilliers> When the Vice Admiral came to America, he joined forces Admiral Charles Hector. It was their strategy to blockade any ships headed for British General Cornwallis that led to the generals surrender. Also there, was Marquis de Lafayette. He and some others came on their own in seventeen seventy seven. In total, France sent nine infantry regiments and a Dragoon (a volunteer fighting force).
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In seventeen seventy eight , France sent Jean-Baptiste Donatein de-Vimer, cone de Rochambeau, better known as Rochambeau along with seven thousand French troops; Chateau de Ravel, better known as Count Charles Hector, Comte d'Estaing, along with twelve ships and fourteen frigates; Admiral Francois Joseph Paul de Grasse also known as Comte de Grasse, and Vice Admiral Louis Guillovet, Comte d'oOvilliers> When the Vice Admiral came to America, he joined forces Admiral Charles Hector. It was their strategy to blockade any ships headed for British General Cornwallis that led to the generals surrender. Also there, was Marquis de Lafayette. He and some others came on their own in seventeen seventy seven. In total, France sent nine infantry regiments and a Dragoon (a volunteer fighting force)
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In seventeen seventy eight , France sent Jean-Baptiste Donatein de-Vimer, cone de Rochambeau, better known as Rochambeau along with seven thousand French troops.
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In 1778, France sent Jean-Baptiste Donatein de-Vimer, cone de Rochambeau, better known as Rochambeau along with 7,000 French troops; Chateau de Ravel, better known as Count Charles Hector, Comte d'Estaing, along with 12 ships and 14 frigates;
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