Saratoga The Battle of Saratoga was a victory for American troops as well as

Saratoga the battle of saratoga was a victory for

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Saratoga The Battle of Saratoga was a victory for American troops as well as helped to raise moral of soldiers to fight and win the war. The Battle of Saratoga was the turning point of the revolutionary war because British troops surrendered and it as well showed the French that Americans could be counted on. Valley Forge This was not only the turning point in the revolutionary war but it is also a time of separation and starvation. This was the turning point in the revolutionary war because not only was a time of desperation it was also a time when the French alliance as well as military support from them. Cowpens This battle happened because the American army was trying to break up British supply lines This battle contributed to the revolutionary war because not only did it remove a British army as well as deprived the British of desperately needed troops. Yorktown The battle that happened at Yorktown was because British troops were running low on supplies and seen Yorktown as wealthy and had a variety of supplies. The battle at Yorktown was one of last major engagements of the revolutionary war because it was the cause of the British surrender. Part 2 Complete the grid by describing the effects of the Revolution on each group. Group Role, if any, played in the Revolution Effect of the Revolution on the group Political, economic, or social effects of the war on the group I would say that the men got tired of I would say that men decided to I would say that it made men

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