Was the Patriot Historically Accurate?

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The movie 'The Patriot' was historically accurate in the way battles were depicted. However, it's not an exact retelling of events but are, rather, based on events that actually happened.
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No,the film the Patriot was not 100% accurate since many of the battle scences were made up. This film however, has based many of its characters to real life people.
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