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Campaigning in Cuba


Starting for the Field
Under the Red Cross
On the Edge of War
War Correspondents and Despatch-Boats
Off to Santiago
The Cuban Coast
The Fight at Guantanamo
The Landing and Advance of the Army
A Walk to the Front
Siboney on the Eve of Batlle
The Battles of Cnaey and San Juan
The Field-Hospital
Siboney During the Armistice
Entering Santiago Harbor
The Captured City
The Feeding of the Hungry
Morro Castle
Fever in the Army
The Santiago Campaign
The Santiago Campaign (continued)
The Santiago Campaign (continued)

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