Another such example of amphibious warfare was the battle of Port Royal, although troops were not landed until the very end and the Confederates had abandoned their fort. (History of War) The siege led by flag officer Samuel Du Pont proved to the South the difficulty of defending their coastline without a challenging navy. During this brief battle, a fleet of 17 moving warships bombarded the forts at Port Royal while the army “supposedly” attacked by land. (History of War) Hours later, badly damaged, the confederates abandoned the fort and marines raised the Union flag. This battle was one of many battles fought to gain access to an important waterway.
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Kevin Davis Professor Weiland History 1302 25 February 2014 Causes of the Spanish-American War Out of the entire Spanish Empire that prospered in 1492, Cuba was one of the last standing countries in the late 1800’s. The Spanish Empire was crumbling to pieces it seemed. Cuba was growing tired of being attached to their mother country, Spain so they spend several years trying to gain independence and eventually it would lead to the Spanish-American War. There were a few causes leading up to the war including The Ten Years War, American imperialism, the explosion of the U.S.S Maine in the Havana Harbor, the effects of yellow journalism against Spain in the New York Journal, and the blockade of Cuban ports when Spain denied the United
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