How did US win the Mexican War?
How did the U.S. win the Mexican-American War?
Yes, it resulted in the Mexican Cession and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
By the use of "force of arms." Another words the Mexican army was defeated on the battlefields.
A steady supply of Mexican immigrants for the next thousand years.
All of them except the Thornton Affair.
It would be a very different world today.
better weapons and stronger men!
Attrition. US population at the time was three times the size of the Mexican population.
the mexican wanted to win (:
Yes, the only problem was the Yellow Fever attack which kept it from being a perfect little war.
Yes. They did win.
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed on 2 February 1848.
He helped to win the Mexican-American War, but was unable to win the Civil War for the Confederacy.
The mexican army if course
When General US Grant was serving as a junior officer in the Mexican War, his experiences there caused a problem for him in the US Civil War. In the Mexican War, frontal assaults were successful. When the US Civil War was underway, Grant recalled how effective frontal assaults were in the Mexican War. In the US Civil War, military changes caused Grant to use the tactics he learned during the Mexican War. The advent of… Read More
The US did NOT go to war with Mexico for the Mexican border, but they didn't go to war for the American border either. They fought for the US-Mexican border.
It gave us the Mexican Cession.
He was a officer in the US Army under the command of General Winfield Scott during the war
James Knox Polk was the US president during the Mexican War.
It is called the Mexican American war for a reason. The US fought Mexico.
The Mexican, or its other name, the Mexican-US War, was in 1846. There is no direct connection to the US Civil War, other then that many of the generals of the Civil War, fought together and came to know each other.
The US-Mexican war.
JFK fought in the Mexican American war
A US victory and Mexican Cession.
No, but they did win their war of Independence. The United States won the Mexican American War. Then paid for unfair conquest with civil war. Prepared Southeners for war because they were the nearest forces. The infamous Robert E. Lee got his expirience there. México lost because not only did it have to deal with the US, it had to deal with California, Arizona, New México and has already lost Texas.
Feb. 2nd ,1848
The US won the Mexican American War against Mexico.
The Mexican Army under Santa Anna.
A nickname for the Mexican-American War was the Invasion of Mexico. It is also known as the US-Mexican War. It lasted from April 1846 until February 1848.
1845 was the Mexican-American War.
the Mexican War
US Grant served in the Mexican War. His position was in the Quartermaster Corps. As an aside, Grant wrote later that he was against that war and saw it as a "land grab" by the US.
Texas had been annexed prior to the Mexican American War.
The Mexican War for Independence came first.
They gained Florida
The odds are that the US would win.
us would win
NO, the US lost the Vietnam war
They wanted CA, NM and recognition of the US and Mexican border as the Rio Grande.
It didn't win, it's still part of the US. Refer to the US Civil War.
The Mexican War
It was a Spanish State, and after the Spanish-Mexican War it became a Mexican State. The Mexican-American War made it a US Territory and then a US State. It was the First State admitted to the Union in 1912.
It made it easier for them to win their freedom from Mexico.
Mexico and the US.
There was Mexico and the US.
The US declared War based on a 25 April clash between US and Mexican forces in the Neuces Strip in what became known as the Thornton Affair.
By winning the Mexican-American war, the US confirmed the annexation of Texas and gained the territories of New Mexico and California.
Was called the Mexican American War. It happened between the Texas War of Independence and the US Civil War.
The Mexican American War.
Yes. it went to War with Mexico.
The Mexican American War.