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Why do you think the battle of Trenton is considered a turning point in the revolutionary war?

Why do you think the battle of Trenton is considered a turning poin...

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Why do you think the battle of Trenton is considered a turning point in the revolutionary war?

Why do you think the battle of Trenton is considered a turning point in the revolutionary war?

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It is a turning point because that's when General George Washington took his army on boats across ice filled river to attack the enemy, the British, around Christmas time.
Without the military victory at the battle of Trenton, the Revolutionary War and the Declaration of Independence would merely be obscure.

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