Spanish-American War (1898)
Demands by Cuban patriots for independence from Spanish rule made U.S. intervention in Cuba a paramount issue in the relations between the United States and Spain from the 1870s to 1898. Sympathy for the Cuban insurgents ran high...
The Spanish–American War (Spanish: Guerra hispano-estadounidense) was a
conflict fought ... The result was the 1898 Treaty of Paris, negotiated on terms
favorable to the US which allowed it te...
Results Peace was arranged by the Treaty of Paris signed Dec. 10, 1898 . The
Spanish Empire was practically dissolved. Cuba was freed, but under.
The Spanish-American War (1898) was a conflict between the United States and
Spain that ended Spanish colonial rule in the Americas and resulted in U.S. ...
The United States was simply unprepared for war. What Americans had in
enthusiastic spirit, they lacked in military strength. The navy, although improved,
Aug 9, 2015 ... The Treaty of Paris, in which Spain agreed to hand over colonies like Cuba,
Puerto Rico, Guam, the Philippines and the parts of the West Indies ...
a) explaining the reasons for and results of the Spanish American War. ... as a
world power as a result of victory over Spain in the Spanish American War.
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 Spanish-American War of 1898 ended Spain's colonial empire in the
Western Hemisphere and secured the position of the United States as a Pacific
... Cuba After the Treaty of Paris in 's The Spanish American War (1898-1901). ...
between the US and Puerto Rico as a result of the Spanish-American War.