anonymous
  • anonymous
Why did the U.S. Navy Commodore lead attacks on the ships in Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Manila Bay was ruled by Spain, and the ships belonged to the Spanish.
anonymous
  • anonymous
George Dewey was his name!! I think he was on the American's side (Duh) So he attacked them cuz the ships were spains
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK!! :D Thank you!!!!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Haha yes George Dewey was the man. Your welcome! :)

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