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[Send a message] What war broke out in Europe while the French and Indian War was being fought in North America? A. the War of Spanish Succession B. the Thirty Years' War C. the Seven Years' War D. the War of Austrian Succession
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User: [Send a message] What war broke out in Europe while the French and Indian War was being fought in North America? A. the War of Spanish Succession B. the Thirty Years' War C. the Seven Years' War D. the War of Austrian Succession

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