What was the diplomatic revolution?

A diplomatic revolution in history is usually called the situation that developed in the middle of the 18th century after the War of the Austrian Succession. The point was to break the usual diplomatic ties in which the British and Austrians confronted the French and Prussians. In England, the Hanoverian dynasty came to power, which hastened to conclude an alliance with Prussia, as the guarantor of their possessions on the continent. The French were forced to conclude an agreement with Austria, later the Russian Empire joined them. With this composition, the states entered the Seven Years’ War.

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