Available also in microform in CIS US congressional committee hearings, accession number H434-7.
|LC Classifications||UC74 .A4 1926a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 38 p.|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||44043070|
This collection of letters was published by the Anti-Imperialist League in May , just a few months after the war began. Many of the letters are from volunteers who enlisted to fight in the Spanish-American War and found themselves engaged in a very different war in the Philippines. During the U.S. war in the Philippines between and (which grew out of the Spanish-American War that had erupted in ), ordinary American soldiers shared the nationalist zeal of their commanders and pursued the Filipino “enemy” with brutality and sometimes outright lawlessness. American Soldiers in the Philippines Write Home about the War. During the U.S. war in the Philippines between and (which grew out of the Spanish-American War that had erupted in ), ordinary American soldiers shared the nationalist zeal of their commanders and pursued the Filipino “enemy” with brutality and sometimes outright lawlessness. In , the U.S. declared war on Spain, which the Spaniards lost. After the war, a treaty was signed in Paris, France in which transferred ownership of several territories from Spain to the U.S.
Unlike the rest of the Philippines which gained independence from the United States after World War II on July 4, , Olongapo was governed as a part of the United States naval reservation. After intense lobbying by Filipino-American James Leonard T. Gordon, it was relinquished to the Philippine government and converted into a municipality on. Following the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Spanish American War in December of , the United States took control of the former Spanish colonies of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines.. Companies from the segregated Black infantry regiments reported to the Presidio of San Francisco on their way to the Philippines in early In February of that year Filipino nationalists. In December , the Treaty of Paris () was signed, ending the Spanish–American War and selling the Philippines to the United States for $20 million. With this treaty, Spanish rule in the Philippines formally ended. On Janu , Aguinaldo established the First Philippine Republic in Malolos. An undated photo shows soldiers manning a battle signal corps station during the Spanish-American War. Photo: Naval History and Heritage Command While Army private pay in the Spanish-American War was still $13 like it had been in the Civil War, a period of deflation had strengthened the purchasing power of that monthly salary.
(When Theodore Roosevelt posthumously received the Medal of Honor in for his service during the Spanish-American War, he and son Theodore Roosevelt Jr. became the second father-son pair to. Get the best deals on Spanish-American War Collectibles () Spanish American War, Infantry Soldier, Cabinet Card s Fotografia Pertierra. $ 5 bids. $ shipping. Ending Aug 4 at PM PDT 5d 13h. Watch. U.S. United States Army Philippine Insurrection Medal for . We are providing the following service for our readers. If you are interested in books, videos, CD's etc. related to the Spanish American War, simply type in "Spanish American War" (or whatever you are interested in) as the keyword and click on "go" to get a list of titles available through The Spanish-American War in the Philippines () America's "splendid little war" with Spain may have been "little" in one respect — as a military conflict — but its historical consequences.