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Britains Empire in 1763 was indeed a great one strong military economically sound and organized government are enough to prove this Britain at this time was one of the central powers Britains little mistakes led to its downfall However it was not very wise due to the great amount of ignorance with which the country was ruled Showing that the downfall of this empire was the irresonsible government fault of its own nave and anyone who ultimately decided that tea was its top priority In 1760 King George II deceased and George III succeeded to the throne The French and Indian War continued on until 1763 when the Peace of Paris brought the war to an end At this time Britain had taken a lot of the settlements including most of Canada Then from 1764 to 1774 there were several acts and duties placed upon the colonies which soon led to the American RevolutionThe first of Englands mistakes was the French and Indian War This dispute between England and France began with petty feuds over land and fur trading The war probably could have been avoided with a compromise between the two countries but despite any chance of a medium the war was fought and England won However through winning the war England was burdened with an extremely large national debt and more territory than it could control At this point England could have restored itself and kept the territories but the English government was concentrating on things elsewhere in the world ergo we come to Englands second mistake During Britains reign over the colonies it was doing a lot of trading in Eastern Asia At the time tea was becoming a very popular item in England and the best places to get the delicious herb were China and India
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