Benedict Arnold's Influence In The Revolutionary War

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Benedict Arnold’s significance and influence in the Revolutionary War The Continental Army Arnold started the war off by organizing a militia in his hometown and was voted the captain. Arnold partnered with Ethan Allen’s Green Mountain Boys to capture Fort Ticonderoga. Ticonderoga was one of the first major victories for the colonies. Saratoga At the Battle of Saratoga, his superior, Gen. Horatio Gates, relieved him of command during the battle due to unruliness. Arnold, feeling unappreciated, charged into battle. (Patrick). The sight of Arnold revived the troops, bringing about the defeat of the British. Even after his courageous race into battle, Arnold still didn’t get the recognition he thought he deserved. General Soon after becoming
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