Spanish rule in Cuba ended on January 1, 1899.
Cuba is the Spanish word for Cuba.
The US was given control of Cuba in 1898 by the Treaty of Paris which ended the Spanish-American War. The treaty put the United States in total control of Cuba and the US took over military possession of the nation from January 1 1899 until May 20 1902, when the US possession of Cuba ended.
Since Cuba is a Spanish-speaking country, Cuba in Spanish is just Cuba. However, it is pronounced like "Cooba".
The 1898 Treaty of Paris.
Yes, such was part of the treaty which ended the Spanish-American War.
Cuba became a Spanish colony in 1511 when the first Spanish settlement was founded by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar at Baracoa. The Spanish rule ended in 1898 following an American invasion provoked by the sinking of the battleship "Maine" at the beginning of that very same year.
In the Philippines, the Philippine American War began, but the other islands (Cuba, Puerto Rico) were relatively tranquil. The loss of Cuba and Puerto Rico effectively ended 4 centuries of Spanish colonialism in the Americas.
Cuba was a Spanish Colony.
Cuba was a Spanish Territory until the Spanish American War.
Cuba gained limited independence after the Spanish American War
To eject the Spanish Army from Cuba.
There is no Spanish stronghold in Cuba. There is an American base - Guantanamo Bay.
Cuba was a Spanish Colony. When Spain lost the Spanish-American War, they lost Cuba.
Cuba is a Spanish speaking country because it was a Spanish colony.
Why did the spanish choose to leave florida and live in cuba
Cuba provided a perfect rest stop for the spanish expeditions.
Your question does not make much sense since everything in Cuba is Spanish.
Santiago de Cuba.
The battle of San Juan Hill in Cuba helped the U.S. defeat spain.
They were transferred to the US in the 1898 Treaty of Paris with Cuba gaining almost immediate Independence with certain US mandated provisos.