What caused the Cuban War of Independence?


What caused the Cuban War of Independence?

Cuban War of Independence

Cuba is an island nation of approximately 42,000 square miles lying off the southern coast of Florida. Cuba became a colony of Spain in the 15th century and remained one until achieving independence in 1902.

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The immediate cause of the Cuban War of Independence in 1895 was Spain's imposition of new taxes and heavier trade restrictions on an already...

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The Cuban Revolution: Causes & Effects

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