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Revolutionary War

What is special about the Battle at Saratoga? The turning point of the war because France entered the war on the side of the colonists.
What did France do to help? France helped the colonists by providing supplies and soldiers.
What is a turning point? A turning point is a major event that affects the outcome for one side.
What is special about Lexington & Concord? These are the first 2 battle sites of the Revolutionary War.
What was a strength of the colonists? A strength is the strong leadership of George Washington.
What was a weakness of the colonists? Two weakness are lack of food and untrained soldiers.
What was a strength of British army? A strength is a well trained army.
What was a weakness of the British army? A weakness is British soldiers unfamiliar with American land.
Created by: konova