What were the advantages of the French and Indian War?
The war provided Great Britain enormous territorial gains in North America, but disputes over subsequent frontier policy and paying the war’s expenses led to colonial discontent, and ultimately to the American revolution.
What advantages did the French have over the British in the War?
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- French Advantage. highly centralized government.
- French Advantage. friendly relationship with the Natives. …
- British Advantage. large population.
- British Advantage. well trained colonists who were fighting for their land/homes.
- French Disadvantage. …
- French Disadvantage. …
- British Disadvantage. …
- British Disadvantage.
What advantage to the natives and French have over the British at the Battle?
Native Americans were excellent warriors and accustomed to fighting in the woods of North America. The French had the advantage. Unlike the British, the French were more interested in trading furs than taking over the Native Americans’ land.
What were the British advantages?
Britain’s military was the best in the world. Their soldiers were well equipped, well disciplined, well paid, and well fed. The British navy dominated the seas. Funds were much more easily raised by the Empire than by the Continental Congress.
What advantages did the French in the Ohio Valley have?
What advantage would the French have for gaining control of the Ohio Valley? it lay between Canada and their settlements in the Mississippi River Valley. The British would not be able to expand west.
What are two consequences of the French and Indian War?
What were two consequences of the French and Indian War? Britain gained territory and increased the nation’s debt. How did colonists react to the Proclamation of 1763? They were angry that Britain had limited the area available for settlement.
What are three results of the French and Indian War?
Give three results of the French and Indian War. France gave up all claim to all territory in the East. British retained control of Canada and also received Florida from Spain. To compensate Spain for their loss of Florida, France gave them Louisiana.
What tactics did the British use in the French and Indian War?
Guerrilla, irregular, wilderness, or savage warfare, however one refers to it, such tactics were essential in the British victory in the French and Indian War.
What was a major difference between the French and British during the French and Indian War?
The outnumbered French particularly depended on the natives. Two years into the French and Indian War, in 1756, Great Britain declared war on France, beginning the worldwide Seven Years’ War.
French and Indian War.
|Result||British victory Treaty of Paris (1763)|