Humanities Comic Strip

Humanities Comic Strip

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This comic is about George Washington and what had happened in the seven years' war, all in a snapshot of 3 minutes.

Storyboard Text

  • Here, George Washington talks about all his losses and miseries--all the people he lost, and his condolences and grief for them all . 
  • It is coming to the end of the Seven Years' War. Oh how long it has been and I believe we are about to conclude . 
  • It is coming to the end of the Seven Years' War. Oh how long it has been and I believe we are about to conclude . 
  • It's really not my fault! I would reconsider the fact of you blaming me!
  • The Ohio River Valley was the most common venue of the Seven Years' War; it is where all the important stuff took place.
  • This is the venue of the Seven Years' War -- where everything happened and all that had gone wrong while doing so.
  • Oh yeah! I remember all my wrong- doings here!
  • In 1756, the first official year of fighting in the Seven Years War–the British suffered a series of defeats against the French and their Native American alliances.
  • Ah! So this was the battlefield in which we completely annihilated you guys in 1756. 
  • Um! I remember this place quite clearly, and I don't need you bragging!
  • By the start of 1760, French had been expelled from Canada, and by 1763 all of France’s allies in Europe had either made a separate peace with Prussia or had been defeated. 
  • So by 1760, the French had gotte expelled from Canada, which then, in 1763, France's allies made a seperate peace with Prussia, or they had been defeated.
  • That sounds a lot like something that we would do, maybe, it could be that you must be right!
  • Close to the end of the war, France lost all claims to Canada and gave Louisiana to Spain, while Britain received Spanish and various French holdings overseas.
  • TREATY OF PARIS X_________
  • What am I doing here?!
  • At the end, Fredrick III decided to leave George Washington and the others, and then France had lost all of its claims in America, leaving leaving George Washington to rule America completely by himself. 
  • TA-TA!
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