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Where did most of the fighting occur after the Battle of Saratoga? A) in the North B) in the South C) in the East D) in the West
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User: Where did most of the fighting occur after the Battle of Saratoga? A) in the North B) in the South C) in the East D) in the West

Weegy: The answer would be A) in the North. After Saratoga there was one more major battle in the north, near Monmouth Court House, New Jersey in the summer of 1778. [ This occurred after the British had voluntarily given up Philadelphia and were marching toward New York, and were attacked by Washington's Army while on the march. The British had decided to continue to hold New York City but to shift the scene of the fighting to the southern colonies, where they believed they would find more support from loyalists (tories). Eventually the Americans won the war in the southern theater, after the battles of Kings Mountain, Cowpens, and Guilford Court House led to the final battle at Yorktown, Virginia. There Cornwallis had to surrender another British army, just as had happened at Saratoga. This loss of a second army in the war was too much for the British public, who no longer supported the war. Read more: ]
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User: Where did most of the fighting occur after the Battle of Saratoga? A) in the North B) in the South C) in the East D) in the West

Weegy: The answer would be A) in the North. After Saratoga there was one more major battle in the north, near Monmouth Court House, New Jersey in the summer of 1778. [ [ This occurred after the British had voluntarily given up Philadelphia and were marching toward New York, and were attacked by Washington's Army while on the march. The British had decided to continue to hold New York City but to shift the scene of the fighting to the southern colonies, where they believed they would find more support from loyalists (tories). Eventually the Americans won the war in the southern theater, after the battles of Kings Mountain, Cowpens, and Guilford Court House led to the final battle at Yorktown, Virginia. There Cornwallis had to surrender another British army, just as had happened at Saratoga. This loss of a second army in the war was too much for the British public, who no longer supported the war. Read more: ] ]
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the answer to this question is south i looked it up on my book it's south im for sure
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