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Why did France and Great Britain go to war with one another in the 1750s and 1760s? What role did the colonies play in the conflict and how did it create circumstances in the British colonies in North America that would escalate tensions between the colonists and Great Britain?

What were some of the key events that seemed to place the colonies on a path to independence from the 1600s into the mid-1700s? How and why were the colonists increasingly inclined to seek independence from the British Empire?

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Why did France and Great Britain go to war with one another in the 1750s and 1760s? What role did the colonies play in the conflict and how did it create circumstances in the British colonies in North America that would escalate tensions between the colonists and Great Britain?

France and Great Britain fought each other in the 1750s and 1760s in the conflicts known today as the French and Indian War (American Colonies) or the Seven Years War (in Europe). Similarly to subsequent world wars, the world powers had allies. The British allied to Prussians and Hanover against the alliance of France, Austria, Sweden, Saxony, Russia, and eventually Spain. It was a conflict fought on a global scale and at the heart of the conflict was a commercial and imperial struggle between Great Britain and France.

Two years before any declaration of war territorial disputes had started between the French and the English colonists. The British colonies claimed the Eastern seaboard of what is now the United States, but the French controlled parts of what is now Canada, the Ohio valley and southward through Louisiana....

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