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Why was the victory of sargatoga important to America?

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The Battle of Saratogo is considered by some historians to be the most important battle of the American Revolution. Not only did the Americans foil the British plan of spliting the colonies, but it saved New England and convinced the French that the Americans had a chance of winning the war. The French offered the Americans a formal military alliance following the news of the victory at Saratoga.

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