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Anglo-French rivalry in the 18th and early 19th centuries

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Transcript of Anglo-French rivalry in the 18th and early 19th centuries

BRITISH&FRENCH CONFLICTS

(18th&19th centuries)

Anglo-French conflicts in the 18th and early 19th centuries
1740-1748

War of Austrian Succession
1756-1763

The Seven Years War

1775-1783

The War of American Independence
1793-1801

The French Revolutionary War
1803-1815

Napoleonic Wars
Carnatic War 1:
1746

M.D.Labourdonnais
sailed from Ile de France to India to attack the British and defeated them. Madras was surrendered by the French.
Austria v/s Prussia

England France

Austria v/s Prussia
France
England
Carnatic War 2
:
Robert Clive,
British commander in India defeated the French and the Bengal ruler at the
Battle of Plassey
(West Bengal)
1761
Pondicherry was destroyed
1767
The French E.I.C sold Ile de France to the King of France
America v/s England
France
French attacked the British in India and Ile de France used as a French naval base.
Suffren, the French commander, obtained men & provisions from Ile de France and
defeated the British
in naval battles in India

France v/s European Nations
1799: General Napoleon led a military campaign in Egypt v/s Turks.
Corsairs
used Ile de France as a base and attacked British ships in the Indian Ocean
In
1804
, General Napoleon was proclaimed
emperor of France
.

France v/s European Nations
Decaen
became Captain General of Ile de France
Corsairs were more active, especially
Robert Surcouf
Fortifications built along the northern coast to defend Port Louis
British blockade of Mauritius
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