Why Did the British Win the French and Indian War?

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The British won the French and Indian War after the Treaty of Paris was signed. The Treaty of Paris was a treaty of peace and alliance between Britain and France. This gave the British control of the land that is west of the 13 British colonies to the Mississippi River. The French then agreed that they would no longer control any of the colonies in North America and this also included what we now know as Canada.
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