The Hanoverian period in England, which lasted from 1714 to 1837, was marked by significant military conflict and warfare, both at home and abroad. During this time, England was involved in a number of major wars and battles, including the War of the Spanish Succession, which began in 1701 and saw England fight against France and Spain for control of the Spanish throne. The period also saw the British navy become a dominant force on the seas, with significant naval victories such as the Battle of Toulon in 1744. In addition to conflicts with European powers, England was also involved in military campaigns in India, with the British East India Company playing a significant role in establishing British control over the subcontinent. The Hanoverian period also saw England involved in the American Revolutionary War, which began in 1775 and saw the country fight against its own colonies in North America. Overall, the Hanoverian period in England was marked by significant military conflict and warfare, both in Europe and around the world, as the country sought to expand its influence and maintain its position as a major world power.
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