2 edition of Battles and capitulation of Santiago de Cuba found in the catalog.
Battles and capitulation of Santiago de Cuba
JosГ© MГјller y Tejeiro
|Other titles||Notes on the Spanish-American War, Spanish-American War notes|
|Statement||by José Müller y Tejeiro ; Translated from the Spanish ; Navy Department, Office of Naval Intelligence|
|Series||Information from abroad. War notes no. I, Information from abroad -- no. 1|
|Contributions||Müller y Tejeiro, José.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||02014721|
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Lieutenant José Müller y Tejeiro, Second in Command of Naval Forces of the Province of Santiago de Cuba January Translated from the publication by this office of the partial translation of "Battles and Capitulation of Santiago de Cuba," by Lieutenant Müller y Tejeiro, was received with so much I.
Battles and capitulation of Santiago de Cuba. By Lieut. José Müller y Tejeiro, Spanish navyII. Comments of Rear-Admiral Plüddemann, German navy, on the main features of the war with SpainIII-IV.
Sketches from the Spanish-American :// North Atlantic Fleet Squadron Bulletin No. Flagship New York, 1st Rate.
Off Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. J SQUADRON BULLETIN No. ***** The “ NEW ORLEANS ” was ordered to fire at new work on the West Battery; she was replied to by both East and West Batteries. She silenced the East Battery, and practically the :// The Spanish-American War, Contributor Names Alger, R.
(Russell Alexander), Book/Printed Material Battles and capitulation of Santiago de Cuba. Also available in digital form. The Battle of Santiago Bay. By late June it seemed almost certain that Santiago de Cuba, and the Spanish squadron of Adm. Pascual Cervera y Topete, would be North Atlantic Fleet instituted a rigorous and effective round-the-clock blockade of the harbor and in late June the United States Army landed east of Santiago and with support from Cuban insurrection forces moved into a Battles and capitulation of Santiago de Cuba (Completed.) By José.
Müller y Tejeiro. Abstract "Chapters of the original are omitted from this translation."--Catalogue of U.S. pub. doc. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Spanish-American War, Battles and capitulation of Santiago de Cuba. By and M� and M�. Abstract.
Translation of a part of the author's "Combates y capitulaci�on de Santiago de Cuba."Mode of access: Internet Topics: Santiago Campaign, Publisher: Washington, Govt. Print.
Off., Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU Title Album of Spanish-American war scenes Summary Photographs show U.S. marines landing at Guantanamo, Cuba; American troops on ramparts at Manila; many views of Spanish ships wrecked in the battle of Santiago; raising American flag on Morro Castle; Havana on Jan.
1, ; Spanish troops and General Castellano evacuating Havana; Havana cemetery; curio hunters at Morro castle, etc. Few Putting yellow journalism in its place / Keppler. Summary Print shows General William R.
Shafter holding up a diminutive newspaper reporter labeled "Yellow Journalism" and appears ready to drop him in the ocean. Contributor Names Lieutenant Victor Blue to Lieutenant Commander Daniel Delehanty.
U.S.S. Suwanee, Off [Santiago] de Cuba, J Sir: In obedience to your verbal order of the 11th instant 1 I left the ship off Aserraderos Point 2 and proceeded to the camp of the insurgent forces about one mile insland, finding General Rabi in command. 3 On explaining to him that I was under orders from you to proceed North Atlantic Fleet Squadron Bulletin No.
6 Squadron Bulletin. Flagship New York. Off Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. SATURDAY, J A RECONNAISSANCE was made yesterday of the vicinity of Cabanas Bay. The force under command of Lieutenant Harlow consisted of two steam cutters, one from the New York in charge of Naval Cadet Powell, the other from the Massachusetts in charge of Naval North Atlantic Fleet Squadron Bulletin No.
Squadron Bulletin. Flagship New York. Off Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. TUESDAY, J T HE Army is still engaged in landing stores; no advance has taken place since last report. The colliers Aberenda, Scindia and Alexander have sailed for Norfolk; the Lebanon and a large four-masted schooner with coal have arrived from Key West.
1 The Clara Barton Papers: Red Cross File, ; American National Red Cross, ; Relief operations; Spanish-American War; Testimonials; Autograph book, Subject Headings. ", Battles and Capitulation of Santiago, Cuba, including data concerning the sinking of the USS Maine from a Spanish point of view." "Activities of the German Squadron in Manila Bay, told by Chief Boatswain Ernest :// Manila & Santiago tells the history of the U.S.
Navy’s operations in the Spanish War of This was America’s first “two-ocean war,” in which the decisive battles at Manila Bay and Santiago de Cuba were separated by two months and ten thousand miles.
Our “new steel navy” came of age during this quick, modern little :// Day 5,6 - Santiago de Cuba Santiago de Cuba is known as the “ cradle of the Revolution ” and is home to much of Cuba’s famed music, like the Son.
There are also museums, colonial churches and buildings of more recent historical importance, such as