French and Indian War (Seven Years War)

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French and Indian War (Seven Years War)

French and Indian War (Seven years War)

It was a war that was fought between the colonies of British Americans and New France. It happened in North America. It happened when there was a conflict in a larger imperial war. It also happened when Britain and France were fighting over control of much of North America.

It resulted from ongoing frontier tensions in North America as both French and British imperial officials sought to extend each country's shpere of influence in frontier regions.

The war was also called the Second Hundred Year's War. The historical significance is it helped bring about the American Revolution.

The outcome is that the French lost their colonies in North America.

The French and Indian War began in 1754 it ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1763. Edward Braddock was a commander in chief of the British North American forces.


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