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The two Battles of Saratoga took place on Sept. 19, 1777 and Oct. 6, 1777, respectively. Though the British gained their objective in the first battle, they lost the second engagement. More »

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The Battle of Saratoga was important because it was a crucial turning point in the American Revolutionary War. America finally started to receive international recognition, which led to aid in the war against the British... More »

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The American colonists won the Battle of Saratoga against the British Army and its German allies. Though the British won the first encounter on Sept. 19, 1777, they lost when they attacked again on Oct. 7. More »

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The Battle of Saratoga was important because it was a crucial turning point in the American Revolutionary War. America finally started to receive international recognition, which led to aid in the war against the British... More »

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The Battle of Saratoga was a key victory for the Americans in the Revolutionary War. Consisting of two conflicts fought 18 days apart, the battle convinced France to join the war in support of the American cause. More »

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The Battle of Gettysburg took place around the small town of Gettysburg, Penn. This battle took place over three days in the summer of 1863, from July 1 to July 3. Gettysburg was the battle with the largest amount of cas... More »

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