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From War to Revolution
In popular memory, the colonies' military history began with the American Revolution—but the colonies actually fought part of a global war earlier in the 18th century. The French and Indian War, a territorial conflict in the larger Seven Years' War, involved a number of individuals who would take part in the Revolution. Are the following true or false?