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The Spanish-American War was neither "pointless", nor insignificant.

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was built in 1886–87 for the by Sir W.G. Armstrong Mitchell & Company, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom as a second-class . She fought in the in the Philippines during the Spanish–American War in 1898, suffering light damage, and was scuttled after the battle. She settled in shallow water, after which a boarding party from the gunboat went aboard and set her upper works on fire.

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The Spanish–American War (: ) was a conflict in 1898 between and the , the result of U.S. intervention in the . U.S. attacks on Spain's led to involvement in the and ultimately to the .

 

These were used extensively in the Spanish American War…

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On April 25, 1898, America declared war upon Spain -- a war whose rallying cry was: "Remember the Maine and to hell with Spain."

The Spanish-American War Battleships: USS Indiana (Photo taken sometime between 1895-1905). SP-004 Indiana, (BB-1)(1895-1924), $44.00 Main Deck, 12"x47" (Reduced 50%)(1906, 1/8" scale.
The American Civil War, which destroyed the greatest bulwark of black slavery in the New World, marked the opening of a new phase, 1860–1886. The author strongly emphasizes here such influences as the rise of the Creole reform movement in Cuba and Puerto Rico, which, reading the signs of the times, gave the initial impulse to a Spanish abolitionist movement and contributed to closing the Cuban slave trade in 1866; the liberal revolution of 1868 in Spain and its promise of colonial reforms; the outbreak of the great Creole rebellion in Cuba, 1868–1878, and the abolitionist promises of the rebel chieftains; the threat of American intervention and the abolitionist pressure of American diplomacy; and the protests of the Spanish reactionaries in Spain and Cuba, leading to further procrastination in Madrid. The second phase has as its principal theme the shaping, through all these intertwined factors, of Spain’s first measure of gradual emancipation, the Moret Law of 1870, and all subsequent steps toward abolition.


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Under this definition of imperialism, why do most of our textbooks refer to Spanish-American War as our first imperialist movement or Teddy Roosevelt as our first imperialist president?

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the events and reasoning that led to the Spanish-American War, the main events and people of the war, and the results and impact of the war across the world. This lesson engages and develops both analytical and critical thinking skills.

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the events and reasoning that led to the Spanish-American War, the main events and people of the war, and the results and impact of the war across the world. This lesson engages and develops both analytical and critical thinking skills.

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The same warmonger / "progressive" faction that had imposed the Spanish-American War upon McKinley, would now impose Roosevelt upon the reluctant President McKinley.

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Indeed, the Spanish-American War was the 'Typhoid Mary" of the world disasters which followed, and continue to unfold today.