Conflicts that Caused the Spanish-American-Cuban War
Although there were many conflicts that caused the Spanish-American-Cuban War, the three main ones were revolution led by Jose Marti, the De Lome letter, and the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine.
<Tab/>One of the reasons war broke out between Spain, America, and Cuba was because of the campaign for Cuban freedom led by Jose Marti. Jose Marti was a Cuban poet and journalist living in exile in New York. He organized a revolution against Spain in 1895. He used an active guerrilla campaign and destroyed property like American-owned sugar mills and plantations. Jose dedicated his li…
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