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Jovanni Gaggero

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Transcript of 03.02

The Spanish-American War 03.02 U.S. Territorial Expansion
Storybook The Spanish-American war was caused by: The Cubans wanting independence
Spain canceled a trade pact between the United States and Cuba.
The explosion of USS Maine. Incidents leading up to the war: "The Yellow Press" - To increase readership and support to Cuba, articles with dramatic and exaggerating plots about Cubans, which originated from the 'New York Journal' and 'New York World'. The USS Maine - In January 1898, the U.S. sent a battleship 'USS Maine' to Cuba to protect Americans there. But a month later, it exploded on the Havana Border, and the Spanish were condemned. During the war The fight in Cuba was very difficult; the U.S. Army was not prepared. The uniform were made of wool and were too hot for the humid. Meat were rotten, and other food were scarce. Even ammo and weapons were limited. Results On December 10, 1898, Spain and the United States signed the Treaty of Paris, officially ending the Spanish-American War. The Treaty relinquished Spanish claim to Cuba. More than $250 million was spent to defeat Spain, and about 2,000 soldiers died. Pg. 1 Pg. 2 Pg. 3 Pg. 4 Pg. 5
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