The seven year war
By : Aditi and Janisha
Hi 6B ! My name is Aditi and this is my partner Janisha our topic was In 1756 the seven year war had began. Britain and its allies ( support ) fought against France and its allies. We hope you like it.
What was the seven year about
The seven year war
The seven year war was from 1756 and had ended in 1763. They called this the seven year war because it lasted for seven years. The war was fought in Europe, India, and America. They had defeated a number of British forts. The tide had turned when the British captured louisbourg. The seven year war had lade to the foundations of Canada.
What were the early Freanch victories
The French troops had come in April 1762. But in April 1763 more and more french troops had arrived in Canada. Also a new commander had arrived in Canada. After the new commander arrived they suddenly wanted war. The French had developed a stratgy. It was called " Marquis de vaundreuil " .
Where were the Battles
Different country had called the seven year war different names like the Americans had called it The french and Indian war, the Presction called it the third silesian war, and last the Swetences had called it the Pomeranian war. The most popular thing at that time was tabaco and sugar. The spance ( las vagas ) had only a population of only 300 people. The french cornily was very popular that time. The First fight was in Pennsylvania, at the mid 50 century. There second fight was very bad it had happened in faimington, Pennsylvania in 1754. The third war was even badder then the second one. The third battle was in Nova Scotia in 1755 to 1763 ( seven years ). They had kicked out many Canadians form the country.
Earl of loundoun
He was the Appointed commander-in-chief of the British forces in 1756.
Major British general who led the British to victory in the Battle of Quebec.
Mr.Washington began his career as a brash and careless diplomat and military leader. The French and Indian War is where Washington learned how to be a leader.
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How was the seven year war in British ?
The British had won the seven year war or is know now for the French and Indian war. Throughout the beginning of the 18th century, a series of conflicts between European powers (mostly France and England) led to a time of war lasting 64 years. The latter would have the greatest impact on the coming of the American Revolution. It was truly a world war in which the conflict spilled out from the American colonies to other parts of the world.
Was there Revolution ?
Americans were particularly proud of the fact they had started and fought in a world war with major implications. During the war, some Americans developed resentment towards the attitude of the professional British soldiers with whom they had contact. There had always been a mystique about British soldiers, that the Redcoats were well disciplined and well trained. In the backwoods fighting of the war, many Americans were amazed that the British soldiers did not take cover, noting that the soldiers were expected to stand still in a line and be shot. America, wars would not be fought in a manner the British regulars were used to.
How were the Consequences of the War ?????
The French and Indian or Seven Years War left Britain with pressing financial problems. Victory in the War had given Britain Canada, Spanish Florida and the Native American lands east of the Mississippi. In addition to these lands, the British had twenty-two smaller colonies ruled by Royal Governors in the West Indies and elsewhere. British national debt almost doubled to pay for the war and there still were 10,000 British troops in the colonies. Money was needed to pay for their expense. Britain had to re-think how it was going to govern and pay for its far-flung possessions. The colonists had already contributed both soldiers and materials to the war effort, but the British government felt that now they should also contribute to paying for the cost of continued defense and greater administration of the colonies. Many British leaders felt that there was no other way to pay for these expenses than to tax the colonists. The colonists did not object to contributing to the cost of their defense, but, with the French no longer present, they did not see the need for British troops to remain in the colonies. They maintained (and paid for) colonial militias to defend themselves from Indian attack. They also felt, if they were going to be taxed by Parliament, they should be represented in it.