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The British Battle of Saratoga in 1777 is considered a turning point for the Revolutionary War because it resulted in _______? A) the reopening of the port of Boston B) Benedict Arnold committing treason C) France becoming and ally of the United States D) The Continental congress fleeing Philidelphia

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    it was the resulting in the surrender of an entire British army of over 6,000 men invading New York from Canada. This action, often referred to in the singular as the "Battle of Saratoga", was actually two battles fought eighteen days apart, but on the same ground, nine miles south of Saratoga, New York: the Battle of Freeman's Farm on September 19 and the Battle of Bemis Heights on October 7.

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