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Mexican-American War

What was the Mexican war?

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The Mexican War resulted in the Mexican Cession and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the Mexican War.

The usa won the Mexican War

The Mexican War started in 1810.

The Mexican-American War did not have a nickname.

The Mexican-American War was not unnecessary.

The Mexican cession was the outcome of the Mexican American war.

Between 25,000 and 40,000 served in the Mexican Army during the Mexican American War.

The Mexican-Indian battle ended the war

How did the U.S. win the Mexican-American War?

it was right and Mexican won the war

No. Lincoln did not fight in the Mexican War.

The 1810 Mexican war was a fight for Mexican independence from Spain. The 1910 was a revolution or struggle between the Mexican government and the Mexican people.

No, the Mexican American War began in 1846.

The year the Mexican and the French war started.

Yes. The Mexican War ended about thirteen years before the Civil War began.

The Mexican War preceded the Civil War. Many of the Officers and Troops on both the Union and Confederate sides received their combat experience during the Mexican War.

No, the Texas and Mexican War is correctly known as the Texas Revolution or the War for Texas Indepence and the Mexican-American war began in 1846 ten years after Texas won its Indepence at the Battle of San Jacinto in 1836.

The Mexican war bombed fort Sumter, which led to the begging of the Civil War!

The Alamo played no role in the Mexican American War.

JFK fought in the Mexican American war

After the Mexican War the U.S.A gained the land known as Texas

The Mexican-American War.............................just look it up on google.

Mexican Drug War happened on 2006-12-11.

Mexican War of Independence happened on 1810-09-16.

Timeline of the Mexican Drug War happened in 2008.

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