Who won the Spanish-American War?

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The Spanish-American war was won by the American side, whose victory was attributed to the battleships they had in their possession as well as the US Navy's high level of preparedness. The US was lucky that the battle was not fought on land as their Army had not been prepared for war. As a result of being defeated, Spain lost its territories in Philippines and concentrated on the problems it had within its own borders.
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The United States won the Spanish American War. The war was fought from April 25 through August 12, 1898 and was part of the Philippine Revolution and the Cuban War of Independence.
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The United States won after three monthes over the summer of 1898 barely any americans where killed and mostley not beacuse of a weapon but because of overheating lack of supplies
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