What are some of the main questionw people asked about Cuba during the Spanish American War?
which of the following is not associated with the spanish American war which one
What effect did the yellow journalism used by Hearst and Pulitzer before and during the Spanish American War have on the American reactions to the situation in Cuba?
Ethnically, most people of Central America are a mix of Native American, white (Spanish) and African ethnic groups, at varying degrees. Also, interracial marriages were common during colonial times, resulting in the Mestizo race. Hence, particular racial boundaries are blurred at best. Some examples are provided: Guatemala: Mestizo (mix of Spanish and Native American) 60%, Native American 40%. Nicaragua: Mestizo 69%, Spanish 17%, African 9%, Native American 5% Panama: Mestizo 70%, Native American 20%, Spanish…
Yes, between 60-80% of the Mexican population are Mestizos, people of mixed European ("White") and Native American background. The Mestizo statistic however, does not include all full blood natives who speak Spanish and do not live in indigenous communities: the Native American, or Amerindian population ranges from 10% to 30% of the Mexican population (between 11 and 34 million in 2010) and such people are the pure descendants of Native American peoples who inhabited Mexico…
The Spanish were accused of (rightly or wrongly) sinking a US Navy ship in Cuba. A good deal of yellow journalism. Yellow journalism is exaggerating the truth to the point of falsehood. We declare war on the Spanish. We take the Philippines and Cuba. We turn over the countries to the local people. Da end......(:
A loyalist is someone who maintains loyalty to an established government, political party, or sovereign, especially during war or revolutionary change such as the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War. In modern English usage, the most common application is to loyalty to the British Crown American colonists sympathetic to the British. Loyaltists were people that remained loyal to the British during the American Revolution.