In 1898, the United States and Spain went to war over the political future of Cuba. At the end of the conflict, the world's distribution of imperial power had changed, the old Spanish empire giving way to the imperialist ambitions of the young American nation. At the same time, all the countries involved experienced some sort of nationalist mobilization as a consequence of the war. This book explores the interplay of political, economic, social and military aspects of the 1898 war in the United States, Cuba, Puerto Rico, ...

The Crisis of 1898: Colonial Redistribution and Nationalist Mobilization 1999, Palgrave MacMillan, London

ISBN-13: 9780312216504

1999 edition