William Howard Taft was the first US Civil Governor of the Philippines, but he got that appointment AFTER the Spanish-American War. There was no American governor f the Philippines during the Spanish-American War because until the war was over the Philippines were a Spanish possession and had a Spanish governor.
The Philippine American war was the direct response to the Spanish American War.
Because the Philippines were a Spanish Colony.
The Philippines had been a Spanish colony, and following the Spanish-American war, the US considered the Philippines to be the spoils of war, and sought to take possession of it. The population of the Philippines had other ideas, however.
Only in the Philippines where it became the Philippine American War.
No, Cuba did.
The Spanish-American war was won easily and was inexpensive.
Puerto Rico was a Spanish American War battlefield. Cuba was a Spanish American War battlefield. Guam was a bloodless Spanish American War battlefield. The Philippines was a Spanish American War battlefield that became a long and bloody Philippine American War battlefield.
They were a Spanish Colony in revolt.
It created the Philippine American War.
Mexico: Mexican-American War in 1846-1848 Spain: Spanish-American War in 1898 Philippines: Philippine-American War in 1899-1902* Spanish is now a minority language in the Philippines but used to be official.
The United States acquired the Philippines as a result of the Spanish-American War.
The Spanish-American War
As a result of the Spanish American War.
After the Spanish-American war.
The United States.
Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and Guam were gained after the Spanish American war.
Spanish rule ended in the Philippines in 1898 when the United States defeated Spain in the Spanish-American War.
It became a US Territory and the Philippine American War began.
The Spanish-American War of 1898 took place in Cuba and the Philippines.