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America's victory in the Revolutionary War was made more probable because of the aid provided by France.
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User: America's victory in the Revolutionary War was made more probable because of the aid provided by France.

Weegy: America's victory in the Revolutionary War was made more probable: A. Because George Washington was an excellent leader B. Through money, supplies, soldiers, and ships that were presented through foreign aid from France C. [ Because of serious blunders on the part of the British commanders D. Because the colonists were courageous in fighting for a cause in which they believed ]
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