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Korean war memorial photos | That marched up and down slate mountians to do the job they were asked ... 60 th Anniversary as so many remember today our Veterans with LOVE and RESPECT I am told my Uncles were gone for 2 yrs at a time thru this War fighting. Thank You to OUR Military!

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Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla was a Mexican Catholic priest and a leader of the Mexican War of Independence.

from Mail Online

Naval archivists discover trove of photos from Spanish-American War

Fighting During Spanish American War. The Spanish–American War was a conflict in 1898 between Spain and the United States, the result of U.S. intervention in the Cuban War of Independence.

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The Texas Revolution, also known as the Texas War of Independence, was the military conflict between the government of Mexico and Texas colonists, most of whom were land owners from the United States, that began October 2, 1835 and resulted in the establishment of the Republic of Texas after the final battle on April 21, 1836. Intermittent conflicts between the two nations continued into the 1840s, finally being resolved with the Mexican–American War of 1846 to 1848

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Albert Sydney Johnston, one of the greatest Generals who ever lived. Johnston was truly one of the best. He fought in the War for Texas Independence, serving under General Sam Houston. He fought in the Mexican American War, serving under Zachary Taylor. Then he served as a General in the War for Southern Independence. He was killed at the Battle of Shiloh early in the war, and it was a great loss for the South.

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Mexican Saddle, around 1846 - This military saddle, decorated with the Mexican national emblem, was taken as a battle trophy during the Mexican War after the American victory at Cerro Gordo, Mexico.

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William Alexander Anderson “Bigfoot” Wallace, "famous veteran of the Texas War of Independence and the Mexican War, Indian fighter, and Texas Ranger “Bigfoot” Wallace."

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*WHEN JEFFERSON DAVIS~ announced the secession of his home state of Mississippi from the Union,he didn’t expect that he would soon be elected president of the Confederate States of America.As a veteran of the U.S. Mexican War,he had planned on taking a military role in the newly formed country. Instead,Davis faced the greatest challenge of his life:unifying states that were keenly interested in preserving states’ rights+fighting a war against an established+better-supplied country-the U.S.

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