|Scale: 6 Inch|
|Format: Action Figures|
|Manufacturer: Canadian Legends |
Major-General Sir Isaac Brock KB (6 October 1769 – October 13, 1812) was a British Major-General and administrator. Brock is best remembered as a brilliant leader and strategist for his actions while stationed in the Canadian colonies. His efforts earned him a knighthood, accolades, and the moniker The Hero of Upper Canada.
Brock was assigned to Canada in 1802, and became responsible for defending the territory from the United States during the War of 1812. While many in Canada and in Britain believed war could be averted, he began readying the army and militia for what was to come. When war broke out, the populace was prepared — and quick victories at Fort Mackinac and Detroit crippled American invasion efforts.
During Sir Isaac's tenure he faced desertions and near mutinies, was injured in battle and nearly died from fever. His heroics earned him membership in the Order of the Bath, and he had the privilege of serving alongside Lord Nelson and Tecumseh. His death in the Battle of Queenston Heights was a crushing blow to British leadership.
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