Why Did Great Britain Engaged In War?

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Question One

Great Britain engaged in it would seem several wars throughout history. By the 1700s Great Britain was in jeopardy of continuing to maintain a strong union of military defense. The British had no outside allies, would join forces with in an effort to push the French out of the Mississippi Valley. Therefore, British, its colonies, and Native Americans had to go to war against the French alone. On May 18, 1756 British declared war known today as the “French and Indian War. This war would cost the British tremendously. “The successful conclusion of the Seven Year’ War the French and Indian War in the British colonies left Great Britain with a huge debt.
William Pitt, a George’s cabinet minister deemed it necessary for Britain to
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The Americans learned that the Brotherhood imagined with the British was not so. Support of Great Britain War did existed at one point in history, but uncertainty never diminished. The Americans mind was clouded over a few things. They did not quite understood why Great Britain engaged in war, nor why the British adopted specific tactics, lastly why the British just ignored colonial interests. British demand to collect taxes did not die down. The British continued to seek ways to force the colonists to pay a debt that originated from the “Seven Year War. The Americans grew more and more angered with British attempts to place taxes on the colonies. Taxes was to be expected but the sole idea of the British proposing more taxes to pay off their debt was not. The concept of taxes worked out very well for the Americans in the 1750. Many enjoyed a high standard of life compared to those in the European colonies. The Americans had freedom, opportunity and a self- government different from the European colonies that overrun with poverty. It was very important to maintain these attributes. Therefore, committing to taxes would compromise the life the Americans was used

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