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In the First Battle of Saratoga (Freeman's Farm) on September 19, 777 the British army numbered about 7,200 men; and the America army numbered about 9,000.
The Americans were defeated; and both sides entrenched and awaited reinforcements.

In the second Battle of Satratoga (Bemis Heights) on October 7, 1777 the American Army had been heavily reinforced and the expected British relief had failed to arrive. The British army now numbered about 6,600; and the American army numbered over 12,000.
The British army was defeated.

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There were about 40,000 people in the battle of Saratoga

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13,000 on one side and 15,000 on the other side

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The English side: 440 killed 695 wounded and 6,222 captured. The United States: 90 killed 240 wounded.

Total of deaths= 1340 killed.

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9,872 1/2

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about 9,000

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100

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