Who gained complete control over Asia in the French and Indian War?
No one gained complete control over Asia in the French and Indian War, because the French and Indian War was fought in the New World, not in Asia. The contested territory in the French and Idian War was the boundaries between French and British possessions in America extending from Nova Scotia to Virfinia.
Britain paid a high price for the French and Indian War. As a result, a lot of resentment was directed at the colonies and the money they had cost Britain. This increased resentment from English leaders who wanted to redouble efforts to extract more money from the colonies. They passed legislation that increased taxation and moved toward more control over the colonies. In the meantime, The Colonists also gained insight into the success that could…
1754/1763 Was the French and Indian War, The British defeated the French, so Britain gained all of the French-held territory east of the Mississippi Riveras well as all of the French territories in Canada including Ontario and Quebec. The British essentially gained all of the French territory in North America and the Caribbean.