Lesson 5 (Mexican War)

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Lesson 5: The Mexican War 1846-1848
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Learning Objectives Comprehend the effectiveness of the U.S. Navy as an instrument of diplomacy. Comprehend the lessons of the Mexican War
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Remember our Themes! The Navy as an Instrument of Foreign Policy Interaction between Congress and the Navy Interservice Relations Technology Leadership Strategy and Tactics Evolution of Naval Doctrine
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Republic Of Texas Republic of Texas Independent from Mexico: 1836 Annexed by United States: 1845 Southern border in dispute with Mexico
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Mexican-American War 1846-48 Mexico: Land forces Home turf Insignificant Navy US: Land forces Long way from home Sizable Navy
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Operations in Texas General Zachary Taylor Operations in Texas - 1846. 4,000 men under his command 25 April 1846: clash on the border 13 May War Declared
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Operations in the Gulf Gulf Squadron dispatched U.S. Navy establishes command of the sea.
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  • Spring '14
  • United States Marine Corps, Mexican–American War, Mexican War, Vera Cruz

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