During the Spanish American War fighting was taking place in the Philippines. This is an essay on those accounts in the Philippines.
Participation during the Spanish-American War took different forms, both on the home front and on the battlefield. For the first time in American history, the effort of the war involved naval campaigns in two oceans and the landing of troops overseas. To accomplish this required participation by members of various social and ethnic groups, of both sexes and a range of ages. Out of the approximately 20,000 U.S. troops that participated actively in the Cuban campaign, the majority was regular soldiers, and 7,000 were African Americans. The average volunteer was twenty-four years old, single,…
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