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Why was the war strategy employed by William Pitt after 1757 attractive to the colonies, and why was it successful?
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Out of Many: A History of the American People

Out of Many: A History of the American People


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 William Pitt’s war strategy after 1757 was attractive to the colonies because it focused on using Britain’s naval power to its full advantage, rather than getting bogged down in European conflicts. By focusing on the colonies and using their resources to defeat the French, he was able to inspire a new spirit of dash and enterprise among his generals and admirals. This resolute and concerted policy was too much for Bourbon France, and Great Britain emerged victorious in North America and India, held Minorca as a Mediterranean base, and won territory in Africa and the West Indies
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