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Q: Why has the Battle of Saratoga been called "the turning point of the American Revolution" by many historians? A. The American victory over the British resulted in a military alliance with
France. B. The British defeat of American forces caused Germany to abandon the rebel's cause. C. The American victory caused many Native Americans to end their alliances with the British. D. The British defeat of an American army caused the main focus of the war to shift to Canada.
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