September 19, 1777 and October 7, 1777
What Was The Battle Of Saratoga?
The Battle of Saratoga, was about the British trying to get to Albany N,Y. As the British were on there way to Albany, an American Solider named, Thaddeus Kosciusko. Thaddeus built a fort trying to stop the British to conqueror Albany N,Y. This was a turning point in the war for two reasons. One, was the colonists won. Second was, this convinced the French to fight with the Colonists.
The leader of the Colonial Army.
One of the major leaders at Saratoga for the Colonial Army.
Another one of the major leaders at Saratoga for the Colonial Army.
King George the 3rd
The King for Britain at the time of the American Revolution.
Gerenal Cornwallis was the leader of the British army.
Leader of the British army at Saratoga.
British Gerenal John Burgoyne.
American Gerenals Horutio Gates and Benedict Arnold.
- Americans defeated over 7,000 British soldiers.
- British tried to capture Albany New York.
By: Riley Ullmer and, Ben Klaubauf