What concessions are forced upon France by England, the victor, and what does England give in return?, History 1 Discussion 2

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Read Chapters 3-4 and the information provided regarding the 1763 Treaty of Paris, which ended the Seven Year's War. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items:

  • What concessions are forced upon France by England, the victor, and what does England give in return?
  • How significant a role do New World possessions seem to play in the treaty?
  • What does this document suggest about the European balance of power and the economic philosophy of mercantilism?
Answer with no less than 250 words

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heathrow
School: UCLA

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1763 TREATY OF PARIS
During the creation of this treaty, England was stronger than France but because it wanted peace
and feared another revolt from France, they decided to commence peace negotiations. To ensure
the right propulsion of the negotiations, Britain forced France some conditions such as accepting
the earlier 1713 ...

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