CUBA 1898

CUBA 006 SPANISH INFANTRY WOUNDED

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CUBA 006 SPANISH INFANTRY WOUNDED

CUBA 006 SPANISH INFANTRY WOUNDED

metal thumbnail representing a wounded soldier with a head bandage.

The situation in Cuba and the Philippines was older than the outbreak of 98. In both enclaves, rebel independence movements had emerged since the mid-nineteenth century

The Cuban rebels and the Philippine Katipunan repeatedly caused problems to the government of the metropolis. Generals Weyler in Cuba and Fernando Primo de Rivera in the Philippines managed to crush these movements momentarily but they did not completely disappear.