The biggest beneficiary of this series of contracts was Great Britain, which, in addition to its territorial advantages, enjoyed considerable economic benefits, which allowed Spain`s commercial monopoly to be broken with its colonies. As expected, Spain provided a plethora of military power to support the colonial struggle against Britain. Bernardo Vincente de Gélvez y Madrid, Earl of Gélvez, a Spanish military chief and governor of Louisiana, helped secure successful sieges against the British army in the Gulf coast and the Mississippi Valley, and secured the latter region for the Americans.14 Gélvez is best known for his military tactics at the headquarters of Pensacola in May 1781 , where he defeated the British and conquered all of West Florida. to achieve one of the objectives of the Treaty of Aranjuez. Gélvez`s success continued in the Mississippi Valley and extended from the mouth of the Mississippi River to the northern United States, when he eventually drove the British out of the area. His triumph kept the western border of the colonies ahead of the British and allowed the revolutionaries, with the help of France and Spain, to “keep their territory at pace” from Canada to Florida and from the Atlantic to the Mississippi. 15 This successfully removed Britain from the region and denied its claims to the country. As a global balance, the treaties meant the following agreements: the Hubertusburg Treaty was signed on 15 February 1763 by Prussia, Austria and Saxony. With the Treaty of Paris, it marked the end of the seven-year war. The treaty ended the continental conflict without major changes to the pre-war borders.
Above all, Silesia remained Prussian. The treaty, although it restored the pre-war status quo, marked the rise of Prussia as a leading European power. With the Treaty of Paris, Britain became the world`s largest colonial empire, which was its main objective in the war, and France lost most of its overseas assets. The term “Hubertsburg-Frieden” is sometimes used as a description of any treaty that restores the pre-conflict situation. In the early 1750s, France`s expansion into the Ohio River Valley led the country several times into armed conflict with the British colonies. In 1756, the British officially declared war on France. The Treaty of Aranjuez was a treaty between France and Spain, officially signed on 12 April 1779. In exchange for French support for the Spanish recapture of Gibraltar, Menorca and East and West Floridas, she supported France during the American War of Independence. Spain officially declared war on Britain on June 21, 1779, which brought it into the American War of Independence. France had temporarily supported the Spanish republicans during the civil war and had to readjust its foreign policy vis-à-vis Spain in the face of the imminent victory of the nationalists. On February 25, 1939, France and French-French Spain signed the Berard-Jordana agreement, in which France recognized the Franco government as the legitimate government of Spain and agreed to return The Spanish properties of various species (weapons and ammunition, gold, art and cattle), previously held by the Republicans. In exchange, the new Spanish government accepted good relations of good neighborliness, colonial cooperation in Morocco and gave informal assurances to bring back to France more than 400,000 refugees who had fled the offensive of the nationalists in Catalonia in early 1939.
  Philippe Pétain, later head of the Vichy regime during the German occupation of France, became French ambassador to the new Spanish government.  Spain then undermined the spirit of the Berard-Jordana agreement, when Spain`s accession to the anti-nationalist pact and subsequent alignment with German and Italian fascists led to military construction in colonial Morocco, despite the promise of a policy of cooperation in this area.  However, Spain did not want to be drawn into the Second World War and had already announced, during the Sudeten crisis of 1938, that it would remain neutral vis-à-vis France in the plans of expa