The Spanish-American War
- Accuracy of the stories: Some of the stories in newspapers were true but some of them were a bit stretched out.
- Ideas on the coverage of these events as an effort to keep Americans informed: Many ways to keep Americans informed were by newspapers, and with Yellow Journalism.
- Reconcentration Camps: Over 400,00 Cubans died as a result of the Spanish Reconcentration Policy.
Attempts to encourage Americans to press U.S government into war with Spain: Propaganda and newspapers convince that Spain is bad.
Terms de Lome letter and U.S Maine: The De Lome Letter was supposed to go to a friend in Cuba, but the US intercepted it, the letter said that the U.S President McKinley was weak, it offended the Americans.
Casualties: 5,500 Americans died in the war.
Rough Riders: Roosevelt quit his assistant job to fight in the war with a group of men that rode horses, they were called the Rough Riders.
San Juan Hill: It was an assault on Santiago to fight for San Juan Hill.
Platt Amendment: A bill with seven conditions to bring the remaining U.S troops out of Cuba and for Cuba to sign a treaty.
Anti-Imperialist League: To battle the American annexation of the Philippines as an insular area.