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Jul 13, 2021

[Answer] 2. The French and Indian War began in 1754. When the conflict spread to Europe, what did it become known as?

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...1. War of the First Coalition 2. The Thirty Years' War 3. The Seven Years' War 4. The War of the Three Kingdoms The Seven Years' War broke out in 1756 between Great Britain allied with Prussia (and some smaller German states) on the one hand and a formidable alliance consisting of France, Austria and Russia (and later Spain) on the other. Fortunately for Britain and Prussia, Russia withdrew (de facto) from the war in 1762, rather than see Austria greatly strengthened by a devastating defeat for Prussia.




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The Seven Years' War:


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