Battle of Saratoga

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It all started when General John Burgoyne needed to get his forces to Albany. He and his army headed across the Hudson River, where they would then take a road south-ward to Albany. Burgoyne knew the enemy (American forces) were in the area, but he did not know of their exact location. Leading to the Battles of Bemis Heights and Freeman's Farm, the Battle of Saratoga became known as a highly significant battle of the American Revolution...
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These battles were a necessity to the victory of the Revolution for the Americans. The Battles of Bemis Heights and Freeman's Farm were very necessary because they really helped out the American's chances of winning more battles that would take place later. As General Burgoyne was leading his forces to Albany, he ran into the American forces at Bemis Heights (where they also fought after the battle of freeman's farm)...
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