French and Indian War

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a war in North America between France and Britain (both aided by American Indian tribes)

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The French and Indian War and the Conquest of New France is a heavily researched and detailed accounting of a war destined to shape the futures of France, America, and Native American tribes.
But McCartney said he was unmoved by their claim his presence evokes painful memories of Britain's conquest of New France, which included Quebec, in 1760.
It is often said that the war on the North American coast was brought to an end at Leipzig and Spain in 1813 by the destruction of the French armies and the invasion of France, just as in an earlier war the British conquest of New France was ensured by the failure of French armies in Germany.
From even before their national co-existence English and French Canadians bickered over and debated historical fallout from Britain's conquest of New France in 1763, and the event followed them through time, remaining in psychological, and hence political, terms a recent occurrence.
Amherst's troops went on to land on the Island of Montreal a few days later, completing the British conquest of New France.