What are the consequences of the European wars of the 18th century for Great Britain?

During the European wars of the XVIII Great Britain strengthened as a naval and colonial power, and its opponents on the continent, on the contrary, weakened, and such is France (they fought at the beginning of the century and 1765-1763), the Netherlands (for example, there was a war with them in 1780-1784 years) and Spain (by 1714 the British took Gibraltar away from them and Spain itself fell into decay, found itself on the sidelines in Europe). In addition, the British expanded their influence in Canada, the Caribbean and India (Bengal, towards the end of the century).

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