What role did geor ge Washington play in the French and Indian War?
He was a colonial officer in the British Army. BTW, the refusal of the British to commission colonials as regular officers likely contributed to Washington's decision to join the rebels during the American Revolution.
George Washington, who had been a successful leader in the french and Indian wars, volunteered for the revolutionary war in 1775. John Adams nominated him to be the commander in chief, Washington was appointed to Major general (2 star general) and congress selected him as commander in chief, which was not yet the term for president, but was a term for supreme military commander.
Washington had no role in the declaration. It wasn't until after war was declared that Washington went to congress to ask to be commander of American forces. He cited that his experience as a British officer in the French and Indian war made him qualified for the position. At over six feet tall in a uniform he had made for his visit he was an a dominant figure as he addressed congress.
G.W (George Washington) played an extraordinary role in the American Revolution. That role was being general and leader of American troops to fight for our freedoms (which we still use today) from the British who was abusing their freedoms and powers. G.W first was a British solider in the Seven Years (French and Indian) War. With that experience, G.W knew how the British fought and won battles and was able to make careful battle plans…