Spanish War


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Noun1.Spanish War - a war between the United States and Spain in 1898Spanish War - a war between the United States and Spain in 1898
Manila Bay - a naval battle in the Spanish-American War (1898); the American fleet under Admiral Dewey defeated the Spanish fleet
Santiago de Cuba, Santiago - a naval battle in the Spanish-American War (1898); the United States fleet bottled up the Spanish ships in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba and destroyed them when they tried to escape
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He returned to France with the epaulet of sub-lieutenant, and as the protection of the general, who is in the highest favor, was accorded to him, he was a captain in 1823, during the Spanish war -- that is to say, at the time when Danglars made his early speculations.
Yes, during the Spanish war, at Perpignan, where Fernand had left her; she was attending to the education of her son.
Of course, after several months, the world became interested in the Spanish War, and forgot all about him; but in the Klondike itself Daylight still remained the most prominent figure.
What was once a commemoration of the fall of Barcelona during the Spanish war of succession on 11 September 1714 was now a show of Catalan strength.
By undertaking the first archeological monograph, to my knowledge, devoted to the Spanish war, Alfredo Gonzalez Ruibal has provided fresh information and insights.
Report on the Origin and Spread of Typhoid Fever in US Military Camps during the Spanish War of 1898.
The seventh novel from Mitch Albom follows Presto - a gifted guitarist with the ability to change lives - from the moment he was born in a church during the Spanish War.
99) THE seventh novel from Albom follows Francisco "Frankie" Presto - a gifted guitarist with the ability to change lives - from the moment he was born in a church during the Spanish War.
After the House of Bourbon emerged victors in the Spanish War of Succession (1700-1714), Catalan was absorbed into Spain.
Particularly interesting is Pavilion A: 1860-1900, containing rare items from British photographer Albert Honiss and Spanish war correspondent Manuel Arias Rodriguez, recording the Philippine Revolution and the Filipino-American War.
uk the Queen, who was 55 when her ships defeated the might of the Spanish war fleet in 1588.
In his groundbreaking essay, "Cuba, the Philippines, and Manifest Destiny (1952)," Richard Hofstadter examined the appeal the Spanish War held for the middle and upper middle classes.