What was a reason why the United States intervened in the Cuban War for Independence?
What was a reason why the United States intervened in the Cuban War for Independence? American leaders wanted to protect the Spanish economy and destroy the Cuban economy in an effort to benefit their own.
Why did Theodore Roosevelt send the Great White Fleet on a world tour between 1907 and 1909 to conquer new colonial territories for the United States to fight the Japanese effort to conquer the Philippines to demonstrate that the United States had arrived as a world power to defeat the boxer?
Why did Theodore Roosevelt send the Great White Fleet on a world tour between 1907 and 1909? to conquer new colonial territories for the U.S. McKinley was secretly suffering from a fatal disease, and Republican leaders wanted Roosevelt to succeed him.
Who once said that warfare was the best way to promote the clear instinct for race selfishness?
Who once said that warfare was the best way to promote “the clear instinct for race selfishness”? Theodore Roosevelt helped lead the Rough Riders in the Cuban campaign of the Spanish-American War. The Philippine-American War became known for: its brutality and the atrocities committed by both sides.
How did Hawaii gradually get drawn into America’s economic and political sphere?
Terms in this set (14) How did Hawaii gradually get drawn into America’s economic and political sphere? The Americans quickly defeated the spanish in cuba.
What 2 incidents combined to finally pull the United States into war with Spain what were the broader motives that led the United States to war?
What were the broader motives that led US into the war? THe De Lome letter and the explosion of the “Maine” ALthough McKinley was keen to avoid a war, others in the admin were clamoring for it. When the president asked spain to agree to an armistice, spain agreed to only part of it.
Why did the English break the Spanish monopoly?
The settlers wanted the goods which English and French captains could supply, but the Spanish authorities would not tolerate such trade and penalties for smuggling were high. Englishmen and Frenchmen differed from Spaniards in appearance, language and often religion and so were easily caught.