Film Critique Last of the Mohicans

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Sarah Lowery History 102 Professor Batham Historical Analysis and Critique of the film: Last of the Mohicans Fiction Documentary The film, Last of the Mohicans , was historically accurate when portraying the major ideas of the French and Indian War, but when paying attention to the finer details within the movie, one could find many mistakes. Overall the movie was historically accurate and pieced together by other small stories that occurred during the French and Indian War. The film was based on the segment of the French and Indian War in which the French and Indians took over Fort William Henry. The battle scenes were very real, and seemed to convey an accurate account of just how chaotic and bloody the battle was. The names of the Colonel of the British army and the General of the French troops were historically accurate. The surrender terms given to the British troops by the French were also similar to the truth. The British were given very kind terms of surrender by the French, but the Huron Indians wanted revenge, so without the consent of the French, the Indians attacked the British troops as they
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course HIST 102 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at College of the Canyons.

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