The victory of Saratoga was important because if convinced the French to become allies with the colonists.
Valley Forge was important because the soldiers got better training. There, Friedrich von Steuben trained them in advanced drills and improved their hygiene.
Thomas Paine was a writer during the American Revolution. After Washington and his troops returned defeated, he delivered words that saved the revolution. Washington had his pamphlets printed and read aloud to the troops, which revived their hope.
What was the importance of the Victory at the Battles of Saratoga?
Foreign aid was very important because it helped America have what it needed to win the war. France, Spain, Cuba, and Mexico contributed to the Revolutionary war.
Why was Valley Forge important? What happened there?
Children had to make do without a father.
Because their husbands were fighting, wives had to take run families, farms, and businesses alone.
Who was Thomas Paine, what did he do?
Loyalists were not treated well in the colonies. They were shunned by their neighbors, became victims of violence, could be arrested, and sometimes even executed.
How was foreign aid helpful? Who contributed?
How did the war affect families?
How were Loyalists treated in the colonies? Do you think this was the right thing to do? Why or why not?
I do not think this was the right thing to do if the was loyalist simply following the king, but, if a loyalist was doing things for the British in the colonies, I do think it would be okay to punish them.