Sorry to put this kind of question in Mathematics, But there is absolutely no-one in History....
Why was the Battle of Saratoga a turning point in the American Revolution?
It convinced the Americans that they had won the war.
It was the last major battle of the war.
It convinced the French to join the war on the side of the colonists.
It proved that the British could not win the war.
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I'm 99.9999 percent sure it is C
Ok, Thanks! but can you help with more? And I'll move my questions to History real quick.