The Spanish American War was a great battle for Cuba's independence. The Rough Riders fought there, San Juan Hill, and more.
Rough Riders. Rough Riders.
The "Rough Riders" was a group of cowboys and ranchers who Theodore Roosevelt recruited and supplied to fight in the Spanish American War (1898). Officially, they were the 1st Volunteer Cavalry, US Army. And of course, Roosevelt became Colonel Commanding.
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Theodore Roosevelt was the Colonel commanding the Rough Riders during the Spanish American War of 1898.
he was the leader of the rough riders he was the leader of the rough riders
Spanish American War 1898
They wanted control of Cuba, and the rough riders were a unit with volunteersbecause after the Dewey victoryAmericans had a lot of pride, they just wanted to fight someone.
Roosevelt lead the Rough Riders up San Juan Hill.
The 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry or the Rough Riders.
One of Theodore Roosevelt's exploits as the leader of the Rough Riders During the Spanish-American war was to lead his men on a charge up hill on foot. When the Rough Riders returned, they were heros.
there were these riders in the midwest and they were really rough.
They fight against the central powers
They fought in the Spanish-American war, although many of them had to ride on foot after a failed attempt of making there horses swim.
Ottawa Rough Riders ended in 1996.
Ottawa Rough Riders was created in 1876.
Cosmic Rough Riders was created in 1998.
He served in the Rough Riders.