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Why did France come into conflict with Great Britain in the early 1700s? The French allied with the Americans to help them gain their freedom. French settlers claimed land that the British believed they claimed. British colonists persecuted French colonists for their beliefs. French colonists disliked working with British colonists.
French settlers claimed land that the British believed they claimed -is why France came into conflict with Great Britain in the early 1700s.
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