Years’ War: A World War
efforts to strengthen its global naval supremacy
expansion in Eastern Europe
were fought outside of Europe as well, in North America, West Africa, the
Caribbean, and India.
British were able to capture several key points, such as Quebec City, Montreal,
and Louisbourg from the French.
was finally made in Paris in 1763 (Treaty of Paris). France was not interested in reclaiming New France, but chose
to retain only the small islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, off the coast of