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by William Jay Jacobs
Author: William Jay Jacobs
Publisher: Millbrook Press (October 1, 1993)
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by William Jay Jacobs. Discusses the issues, including the concept of manifest destiny, that led to war between the United States and Mexico in 1846, the events of the war, and the impact of its outcome. Format: Library Binding. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9781562943660. Release Date: October 1993.
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Kindle Feature Spotlight. The War with Mexico (Two Volumes) by Justin Harvey Smith won the 1920 Pulitzer Prize in History. This book argues that the surprising result was a function of soldiers’ morale and national leadership. It is much more than a chronological history of the major battles. For example, Smith goes into great detail concerning the pre-war politics of both Mexico and the United States, the machinations of the European states, the precarious finances of both states, and the flora and fauna of the different regions of Mexico.
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The Mexican-American War (1846–1848) was a long, bloody conflict between the United States of America and .
The Mexican-American War (1846–1848) was a long, bloody conflict between the United States of America and Mexico over California. The Americans took the offensive, invading Mexico on three fronts: from the north through Texas, from the east through the port of Veracruz and into the west (present-day California and New Mexico). The Americans won every major battle of the war, mostly thanks to superior artillery and officers. In September 1847, American General Winfield Scott captured Mexico City: this was the final straw for the Mexicans, who finally sat down to negotiate.