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United States in Cuba, 1898-1902

David Healy

United States in Cuba, 1898-1902

generals, politicians, and the search for policy.

by David Healy

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Published by University of Wisconsin Press in Madison .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Cuba.,
  • Cuba -- Foreign relations -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE183.8.C9 H4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination260 p.
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17762811M

    Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "Sources of the agricultural imports of the United States, " See other formats.   In , the United States government took possession of Cuba. Rather than annexation, the William McKinley Administration chose to create a new nation-state. Cuba’s fate therefore was unlike that of the Philippines, waiting until after the Second World War for : Joseph J. Gonzalez.

      In this cultural history of Cuba during the United States' brief but influential occupation from to —a key transitional period following the Spanish-American War—Marial Iglesias Utset sheds light on the complex set of pressures that guided the formation and production of a burgeoning Cuban : The University of North Carolina Press. Health insurance requirements. All visitors are required to have health insurance that is accepted in Cuba. In most cases, health or travel insurance policies issued in the United States are not accepted at medical facilities in Cuba, so United has included Cuban health insurance ($25 per customer) in the total cost of your ticket.

      This is a study of the Military Government of Cuba from to Tracing and explaining the actions of General Leonard Wood's adminis­ tration during those years reveals how the United States Government re­ solved the questions of independence, strategic security, and economic inter­ ests in regard to : Springer Netherlands. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Healy, David, United States in Cuba, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, (OCoLC)


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hegemony. About this book This is a study of the Military Government of Cuba from to Tracing and explaining the actions of General Leonard Wood's adminis­ tration during those years reveals how the United States Government re­ solved the questions of independence, strategic security, and economic inter­ ests in regard to Cuba.

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The United States in Cuba, generals, politicians, and the search for policy. by David Healy Print book: English. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press 2. The United States in Cuba, generals, politicians, and the search. Correspondence relating United States in Cuba the war with Spain and conditions growing out of the same, including the insurrection in the Philippine Islands and the China Relief Expedition, between the Adjutant-General of the army and military commanders in the United States, Cuba, Porto Rico, China, and the Philippine Islands, from Apto J Book Description.

An often overshadowed event in American military history, the Spanish-American War began as a humanitarian effort on the part of the United States to provide military assistance for the liberation of Cuba from Spanish domination. At the time, no one knew that this simple premise would result in an American empire.

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No American alive in could have had any doubt about why the United States had gone to war with Spain. After negotiations in Paris in the fall ofthe United States and Spain signed a peace treaty on December By its terms Spain gave up sovereignty over Cuba, which became an independent state, ceded Puerto Rico and Guam to the United States, and.

David F. Healy, The United States in Cuba, (University of Wisconsin Press, ), and Graham A. Cosmas, "Securing the Fruits of Victory: The U.S. Army Occupies Cuba, ," Military Affairs 38 (October ), outline Cuban occupation policy. Biographies of the war's leading participants are Jack McCallum, Leonard Wood: RoughFile Size: KB.

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