What Are The Causes Of The Seven Years War

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The Seven Years War commenced the end of the British rule over the colonies due to many of the war’s results and circumstances. The war was costly for Great Britain, raising national debt immensely; ultimately leading to heavy taxation on the colonies. Acts such as the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act would anger the colonists and cause disputes between the colonies and the British Parliament. After losing the French and Indian War, France was forced out of North America and lost most of its new world territory. This eventually would return when the colonies declared independence from Britain. The French began funding the colonies with money and supplies and ultimately joined the American’s as an ally. The French and Indian War also weakened Britain,

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