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Why did the Seven Years' War lasted nine years instead of seven?

Why did the  Seven Years' War lasted nine years instead of seven? explain 1754-1763

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two extra years is from the French and Indian War, which was from 1754 to 1756. Since France and... View the full answer

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Where you got the two additional years is from the French and Indian War, which was from 1754 to 1756 ?... View the full answer

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  • NO, IT LASTED UNTIL 1763
    • charolsantiago80
    • Jul 20, 2016 at 2:47pm

actually the war lasted for seven years  from 1756 to 1763., it is the  the French and Indian War, which... View the full answer

Because France and Britain were involved, and on opposite sides, in the Seven Years War and the French and Indian War was... View the full answer

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