History of War

RESOUNDING VICTORY AT SANTIAGO

Source:   Battleships Iowa and Indiana, and armoured cruiser New York chase the Spanish destroyer Furor  

“THE SPANISH VESSELS WERE PLAGUED WITH UNRELIABLE EQUIPMENT AND WEAPONRY”

The US Navy’s blockade of Santiago de Cuba lasted 37 days and

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