The Spanish–American War was a conflict fought between Spain and the United
States in 1898 ..... Most American leaders took the position that the cause of the
explosion was unknown, but public...
Causes of the War Demands by Cuban patriots for independence from Spanish
rule made U.S. intervention in Cuba a paramount issue in the relations.
The Spanish-American war was a new kind of war involvement for the U.S. It was
not for freedom, it was not an internal conflict. It was fought over...
Purpose: Liberate Cuba from Spanish Rule Duration: April 25- August 12, 1898
Casualties: 5462 American soldiers (379 Americans died in combat—the ...
The Spanish Conservative Party, led by Antonio Cánovas y Castillo, vowed to
suppress the insurrectos, but failed to do so. The Cuban cause gained increasing
a) explaining the reasons for and results of the Spanish American War. What
were the reasons for the Spanish American War? ** Economic interests and
The Spanish-American War lasted only about ten weeks in 1898. However, the
war had far-reaching effects for both the United. States and Spain. Causes of the
The United States was simply unprepared for war. What Americans had in
enthusiastic spirit, they lacked in military strength. The navy, although improved,
Spanish-American War for Cuba's Independence. By the end of ... No one really
knows what caused the warship to explode, but the United States blamed Spain.
America went to war against Spain to free Cuba from Spanish domination. ... The
United States supported their cause, and after the Maine exploded, demanded ...