Unformatted text preview: troops on land while there were 13,000 Spanish troops he had to fight against. To add to his list or problems many other countries began protecting the Philippines. By July though Dewy had managed to get 8,500 army men together and threaded to bomb Manila. In the end the whole fight ended without fighting and on August 13 th a U.S. Flag could be seen over Manila. Down here in the caribin sea the navy has setup a blocaked to prevent supplies from getting to Cuba. To maintain a blockade the navy felt it must distroy all Spanish ships wherever they can be found. The Spanshed navy may have seemed good, but in truth it realy it wasn’t and much of it was easliy defated....
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course SS 101 taught by Professor Peleg during the Spring '02 term at Yeshiva.
- Spring '02