Major General James P. Wolfe (1727-1759) remembered chiefly for his victory over the French in Canada. Following a distinguished early career, he was made commander of a force designated to sail up the Saint Lawrence River to capture Quebec. After a lengthy siege Wolfe defeated a French force under Montcalm allowing British forces to capture the city. Wolfe was killed at the height of the battle due to injuries from three musket balls. This statue is located in Greenwich, London.