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5 February, 21:06

What was the MOST significant outcome of the Siege of Savannah during the Revolutionary War?

It was the deadliest battle of the war. It restored control of the city to Great Britain. The Patriots defeated the British and ended the war. It was the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Georgia.

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  1. 5 February, 21:24
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    The Siege of Savannah
  2. 5 February, 22:46
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    Answer: It restored control of the city to Great Britain.

    The Siege of Savannah (also known as the Second Battle of Savannah) consisted of a joint Franco-American attempt to retake Savannah, Georgia, from September 16 to October 18, 1779.

    American casualties were estimated to be 244 killed, 584 wounded, and 120 captured. British casualties were estimated to be 40 killed, 63 wounded, and 52 missing.

    The Siege resulted in a British victory, and restored control of the city to Great Britain, which they held util 1782.
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