Ch.10.2

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Ch.10.2

  1. 1. Jose Marti
  2. 2. General Valeriano Weyler
  3. 3. What caused an increase in tension between the United States and Spain? • 1. In 1895 civil war broke out in Cuba between Spain and the Cubans • 2. The conflict was described by Senator Redfield Proctor of Vermont as bloody and brutal • 3. Newspapers (particularly those owned by William Randolph Hearst) reported the brutality of the Spanish General Weyler in graphic and often biased terms. • The New York Journal reports "...blood on the roadsides, blood in the villages, blood, blood, blood!" American newspapers were clearly pushing the nation towards intervention in the Cuban situation.
  4. 4. William Randolph Hearst
  5. 5. Hearst Castle
  6. 6. Joseph Pulitzer
  7. 7. The Yellow Kid
  8. 8. President William McKinley
  9. 9. Enrique Dupay de Lome
  10. 10. USS Maine
  11. 11. USS Maine after explosion
  12. 12. Commodore George Dewey
  13. 13. Emilio Aguinaldo
  14. 14. Admiral William Sampson
  15. 15. Rough Riders
  16. 16. Rough Riders
  17. 17. Teddy Roosevelt & Leonard Wood
  18. 18. John Hay “A Splendid Little War”

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