The Spanish-American War
The Spanish-American War Images
"The Spanish Brute," a caricature of the Spanish Empire printed in the American journal Judge, July 9, 1898.
Theodore Roosevelt and his Rough Riders Regiment on San Juan Hill, 1898.
Members of the African-American volunteer regiments serving in the Spanish-American War, 1898.
American painter Frederic Remington's 1898 masterpiece, Charge of the Rough Riders.
A political cartoon entitled "The White (?) Man's Burden," published in Life, 1899, comments on the relationship between colonizers and their colonies.
The front page of the American newspaper The World, May 2, 1898.
The José Martí Memorial Monument in Havana, Cuba.
Emilio Aguinaldo, leader of the Filipino independence movement.
A group photo of Philippine's insurgent troops, c. 1900.
A historic map showing routes and distances between the United States, Hawaiian Islands, Philippine Islands, and China, c. 1898.