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The Victory of the Continental Army at the Battle of Saratoga is considered the turning point of the Revolutionary War because? Great Britain surrendered to the Americans France decided to send money and soldiers to help Americans After that victory, Great Britain never won any more battles during war Spain decided to send money and soldiers to help the Americans

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    after the victory, great britain never won any more battles during the war

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