What was the two country's in the French and Indian War?
what are two nations that fought against each other during the french and Indian war.
That's a good question. According to the experts the two battles fought in Pennsylvania during the French and Indian war were the Revolutionary War and World War two. This was the reason that the Civil War did not happen until after the French and Indian war ended and the native Americans got decieved out of land.
During the French and Indian War two of France and Britain's most famous generals were killed in battle What were their names?
There was no US during the French and Indian War!!! The French and their Indian allies were fighting the British. Since the 13 colonies were British colonies the French were fighting the colonies. In fact George Washington served as a major in the militia of the British colony of Virginia during the French and Indian War fighting against the French. After the British won, they imposed taxes on the colonists to pay for having defended…
The French and Indian War was actually not fought between the French and Indiand, as its name elludes. The other common name for it, the Seven Years' War is also a disillusionment; it was fought for around ten years. This war pitted the French and Native Americans against the British and American colonists. The British ended up winning, giving them much of North America, including Canada.
The French and Indian War was a war that occurred alongside the Seven Years' War in Europe. It began in 1754 and ended in 1763. The British and American colonists fought against the French presence in the Ohio River Valley, and Native American tribes allied variously with the two sides. The conflict in the colonies began as settlers moved farther into the Ohio Valley, and met with opposition from the resident French trappers and Indians…