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Which battle marked the end of the Revolutionary War? A. Battle of Cowpens B. Battle of Yorktown C. Battle of Bunker Hill D. Battle of Lexington
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User: Which battle marked the end of the Revolutionary War? A. Battle of Cowpens B. Battle of Yorktown C. Battle of Bunker Hill D. Battle of Lexington

User: Which of the following nations' military and financial support played a major role in the Americans winning the Revolutionary War? A. Germany B. France C. Italy D. Belgium

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The Battle of Yorktown marked the end of the Revolutionary War.
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France's military and financial support played a major role in the Americans winning the Revolutionary War.
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