Seven Years War

Seven Years War - ,and theaters. FrenchandIndianWar.

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Seven Years War - The Seven Years War was fought between 1755 and 1763, and  involved a complicated web of alliances and adversaries in European and American  theaters. The fighting that occurred in the American theater is often referred to as the  French and Indian War. The big winners in the event were the British and the Prussians,  who increased their claims in North America and Northern Europe, respectively. As a  result of the 1763 Treaty of Paris that ended the war, the Floridas passed from Spanish  to British control. As compensation, the French transferred control of the Louisiana  Territory to Spain.  Stamp Act - The Stamp Act was passed in 1765 by Parliament in an attempt to raise  revenue for the flagging British economy. Via this measure, a taxed stamp was required  on various documents and printed materials traded in the colonies. It was met with 
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