|Seven Years' War|
| Britain and its colonies|
| France and its colonies
Spain and its colonies
|Commanders and leaders|
| George III of Britain|| Louis XV of France
Seven Years' War in The Two GeorgesEditShortly after the Seven Years' War, Britain and its North American colonies found themselves at loggerheads over the governance of the colonies. Tensions mounted until an agreement was made between the colonies, led by Colonel George Washington, and King George III, leading to the birth of the North American Union.
As of the late 20th Century, it was the last major war fought between European powers.
In the mid 18th century, a global conflict was fought by the great empires of Europe, on their own continent as well as in their various colonial empires. The portion fought in Atlantis in 1761, was one theatre of this conflict.
While the casus belli and the participant list are nearly identical to those of the Seven Years' War, the only theatre described in detail is the Atlantean front. Too few details about the rest of the war are given to make an informed comparison with OTL, though it seems to have started a few years after 1756. The war is not even named in the text.