talking about a state

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if you are talking about giving land from the French to the English. not English the language

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At the end of Queen Anne's War the French lostsubstantial territory from the French to the English.
asked Nov 02 '11 at 19:09 Michael Shelton New member

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At the end of Queen Anne's War, France lost substantial territories to England.

 

Note: England can also be used alternatively with "Great Britain", or simply "Britain", which the union of Scotland and England came to be called from about 1707, in the middle of Queen Anne's War of 1702-13.

 

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link comment edited Nov 03 '11 at 00:24 Shaila Fernandes Expert
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At the end of Queen Anne's War, the French lost substantial territories to the British.

link comment answered Nov 03 '11 at 00:19 Shaila Fernandes Expert

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