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How did the Philippine-American war begin?

  During the 20th century the Philippine-American War was called the "Philippine Insurrection" of 1900. The Philippines were ceded to the US by Spain after their defeat du (MORE)

What happened to the Philippine islands after the Spanish-American War?

They occupied the Phillippines After the Spanish-American War the US required Spain to sell the islands to the US for $20,000,000. There followed a local war called the Phil (MORE)

What caused the Philippine-American War?

The Philippine-American War, also known as the Philippine War of Independence or the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902), was an armed conflict between the United States and F (MORE)

What were the causes of Philippine-American War?

Mutual distrust and a Filipino desire for independence that the United States was not willing to grant. The Spanish Army wanted to surrender Manila. The Filipinos were a re (MORE)

Who won the Philippine American War?

Following the Spanish-American War, the US acquired the Philippine Islands as part of the terms of the treaty ending the war. During the war, the Philippine people assumed tha (MORE)

Why did the Philippines get involved in the Spanish-American War?

The Philipines were a colony of Spain and, like Cuba, were in revolt against Spain. The US Navy in the Pacific was under orders to enter Manila Harbor upon learning of the out (MORE)

How did the Philippine-American War end?

After its quick defeat in the Spanish-American War of 1898, Spain ceded its colony of the Philippines to the United States in the Treaty of Paris. On Februa (MORE)