French and Indian War

French and  Indian War
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  • History of Anglo-Franco Conflict
  • Clash of Expanding Empires
  • Never!
  • Give me this land!
  • War Begins in North America
  • The French and the English have always been fighting. They fight over land and materials and they can't seem to come to peace.
  • Early French Military Success
  • Both the French and the English wanted the land on the Ohio River Valley and neither country would give up.
  • Later British Military Success
  • After young Washington and his troops attacked the French, the French fought back and England declared war.
  • Result and Exchange of Territories
  • The French had much lesser troops than England but they were much more skilled and prepared. The French were also friendly with the Natives so they helped them.
  • England switched their leader to William Pitt in 1758. He believed North America was critical to England's global domination. His stratagy emphisised naval warfare and found talented new commanders.
  • The war ended  by the signing of the Treaty of Paris 1763 which was a peace offering. In result of winning the war, England owned all of Canada, most of America east of the Mississippi, and some Carribean islands.
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