Of course not. The colonies were once a part of the British Empire and the French and Indian War has a much more common name in Europe: the Seven Years War, which was perhaps the first true World War. Also, the Spanish-American War against Spain, the opening of Japan and China to Western traders, the War of 1812. The list I'm sure goes on even longer than that.
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When God intervened openly in the affairs of this world to extract one people from another (Deuteronomy 4:34), it was a world-shaking event.
Italy was the first European country to win the world cup.
Italy was the first European country to win a world cup in 1934.
The first European country to win the world cup was Italy in 1934.
Spain was not the first European country.
Italy was the first European country to win a world cup hosted in Europe.
Christopher Columbus settled the first European colony in the New World named Isabella in Hispaniola. The second European settlement was in Jamestown Virginia.
The first European country to hold the world cup was Italy , way back in the year 1934 it was F.I.F.A second world cup
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Italy won the first world cup for a Europen country.
Spain made the first land claims in the New World.
London, first Subway in the World, and therefore the first in Europe.
Isabela, in the Dominican Republic.
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