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Saratoga, Battles of

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The Oxford Companion to American Military History

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The plan to isolate rebellious New England, adopted by British secretary of state for the colonies George

Saratoga, battle of

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The Oxford Companion to Military History

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the key engagement of the American independence war. It consisted of two engagements: a British attack on American positions ...

Saratoga, Battle of

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First American victory in the American Revolution, fought in upper New York. In a series of battles, the Americans, ...

Saratoga, Battle of

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The Oxford Companion to United States History

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(1777). In 1777 the British strategy to quell the American Revolution involved plans to seize the Lake Champlain–Hudson River channel of communication, thereby isolating rebellious ... ... More
Saratoga, Battles of

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The Oxford Essential Dictionary of the U.S. Military

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two battles of the Revolutionary War, in September and October of 1777, in which American forces under Gen. Benedict Arnold... ...

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The Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (2 ed.)

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either of two battles fought in 1777 during the War of American Independence, near the modern city of Saratoga Springs in New York State. The British defeats are conventionally regarded as ... More

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