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Anglo-French Wars

The American & British Views

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Alondra Guzman Pd.2/AP US History 9.28.12 The American & British Views The French and Indian War, was a prerevolutionary extension of the Seven Years War that seized Europe from 1756 until 1763. It was known as the bloodiest American war in the 18th century and took more lives than the American Revolution. The war was the consequence of an imperial struggle, wealth and the clash between the French and English over the colonial territory. This war was seen as the product of the center of rivalry between the British and the French colonists. The American and the British had very distinct views regarding the results on the French and Indian war.
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