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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled Empire War and Colonial Rebellion to study how by the 18th century, a competition emerged among a number of European states for control of various parts of Europe, North America, and other locations elsewhere in the world. Wealth and technological superiority obtained or developed in the prior two centuries fueled this struggle. From the European perspective, the world was theirs for the taking.

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