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the french and indian war began because of what?
Most of these conflicts began because each side hoped to gain trade or military advantages in Europe as well as in various European colonies in Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
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The french and indian war began because Britain felt they needed to prevent the French from gaining control over trade and territories that the British thought were rightfully theirs.
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