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Saratoga, Battle of Syllabification: Sar·a·to·ga, Battle of
Pronunciation: /ˌsarəˈtōɡə/

Definition of Saratoga, Battle of in English:

Either of two battles fought in 1777 (September 19 and October 7) during the American Revolution, near the modern city of Saratoga Springs, New York. The defeat of the British in both battles is conventionally regarded as the turning point in the war in favor of the American side.

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