Edward Braddock
Historical Figure
Nationality: United Kingdom (born in Scotland)
Date of Birth: 1695
Date of Death: 1755
Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds in battle
Religion: Anglican Church
Occupation: Soldier
Military Branch: British Army
(War of the Austrian Succession), (Seven Years' War)
Fictional Appearances:
POD: c 85,000,000 BCE;
Relevant POD: 1452
Appearance(s): Opening Atlantis
Type of Appearance: Direct
Date of Death: 1761
Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds on the battlefield
Military Branch: British Army (French and Spanish War)

General Edward Braddock (January 1695 – 13 July 1755) was a British soldier and commander-in-chief for North America during the actions at the start of the French and Indian War (1754–1763), the lead-in to the Seven Years' War. He is generally best remembered for his command of a disastrous expedition against French Canada in 1755, in which he lost his life. Young George Washington was at his side in that debacle.

Edward Braddock in Atlantis[]

Used to European-style military tactics, Major General Edward Braddock (1695-1761) was caught completely out of his element when the French Atlantean forces ambushed his command. Despite warnings from Victor Radcliff, Braddock bumbled into the trap set by Roland Kersauzon. As a result, Braddock was fatally wounded by two bullets. Rather than return to his lines, Braddock stayed in the saddle on the battlefield until he died.

Braddock was buried under the orders of his foe Kersauzon.