French And Indian War Relationship

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The French and Indian War was a turning point in America and Britain’s relationship. The War shaped, what would soon become America, into the independent country it is. The War took place between 1754 and 1763. There were many generals and leaders that took part in the French and Indian War. William Pitt, Edward Braddock, and George Washington were all well known generals involved in the War. The French and Indian War strained Britain and America’s relationship. It changed Britain’s trade and social interaction with the colonies from relatively none before the War to a great deal after. Before the French and Indian War Britain had little to do with colonial affairs, but that changed soon after the War. Their relationship was favorable to
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