Marked by great upheavals on culture, technology, and diplomacy, the 1760s was a transitional decade that effectively brought on the modern era from Baroqueism. The Seven Years' War – arguably the most widespread conflict of its time – carried trends of imperialism outside of European reaches, where it would head on to countless territories (mainly in Asia and Africa ) for decades to come under colonialism .
Los años 1760 fueron una década que comenzó el 1 de enero de 1760 y finalizó el 31 de diciembre de 1769 . Acontecimientos [ editar] 1763 - Se firma el Tratado de París que pone fin a la guerra de los siete años. Francia pierde sus colonias en Norteamérica. España cede Florida a cambio de los territorios al oeste del río Misisipi.
1760s - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 1760s The 1760s was a decade that began on 1 January 1760 and ended on 31 December 1769. Events and trends [ change | change source] Events [ change | change source] King George III takes the British throne in 1760. The Seven Years' War ( 1756 – 1763) comes to an end.
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1. January 9 – Battle of Barari Ghat: Afghan forces defeat the Marathas. 2. January 22 – Seven Years' War – Battle of Wandiwash, India: British general Sir Eyre Coote is victorious over the French under the Marquis de Bussy-Castelnau. 3. January 28 – Benning Wentworth creates the New Hampshire Grant of Pownal, Vermont. 4. February 15 – The British Royal Navy ship HMS Royal Katherine runs aground off Bolt Head in England, with the loss of 699 lives. 5. February 21–26 – Seven Years' War: Battle...
1. April 3 – Great Britain and Prussia agree to begin peace negotiations to end the Seven Years' War. 2. April 7 – 'Tacky's War', a slave rebellion, begins in Jamaicaand lasts for 18 months. During the uprising, 60 white residents are killed and more than 400 black rebels die in the suppression of the revolt. Another 500 are deported to British Honduras. 3. April 10 – France's Minister of the Navy Nicolas René Berryer finally receives permission to send ships to assist French forces at Quebec...
1. July 3 – A lightning strike causes a major fire at Portsmouth Royal Dockyard in England. 2. July 8 – Seven Years' War: French and Indian War – Battle of Restigouche: The British defeat French forces, in the last naval battle in New France. 3. July 19 – A formal request is made to the Spanish government, to allow the founding of the later city of Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. 4. July 31 – Seven Years' War: Battle of Warburg – The Anglo-Hanoverian army of Ferdinand of Brunswick storms Warburg, with...February 3 – John Storm, American Revolutionary soldier (d. 1835)March 1 – François Nicolas Leonard Buzot, French Revolutionary leader (suicide 1794)March 10 – Leandro Fernández de Moratín, Spanish dramatist, translator and neoclassical poet (d. 1828)February 22 – Anna Magdalena Bach, accomplished German singer, second wife of Johann Sebastian Bach (b. 1701)April 3 – John Rous, Royal Navy officer during King George's War and the Seven Years' War (b. 1702)April 6 – Charlotte Charke, British actor and writer (b. 1713)April 10 – Jean Lebeuf, French historian (b. 1687)
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1763 [ edit] Eastern North America in 1775, including the British Province of Quebec (pink), Indian Reserve (pink), and areas open to European-American settlement in the 13 Colonies along the Atlantic coast (red), plus the westward border established by the Royal Proclamation of 1763 and present–day state lines.