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Victory at which Battle convinced the British to help the Americans?

I'm thinking its the Battle of Saratoga

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    VERY odd phrasing -- "the British to help the Americans"

    What? Since the American colonists were fighting for their independence from the British, why would the British "help" them at all?

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