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Hierarchical Path: Seven Years War (Main Page) >> States >> Great Britain >> British Strategy

Foreword

This dissertation, originally submitted to King's College in London by Ewan B. Carmichael, portrays the strategic issues of the Seven Years' War from the British point of view. Presently we have only published the two first parts but other parts will soon follow.

Table of content

Part 1 - Introduction and Background

Part 2 - Narrative of Britain's role in the Seven Years' War

Part 3 - Seeking and Negotiating Peace

References

Carmichael, E. B.: To what extent was Great Britain able to influence her strategy in the face of the events of the Seven Years' War?, dissertation for King's College, London, August 2012