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In the Spanish-American War...
a.) America's victory could be attributed in large part to expert preparation
b.) More American soldiers died from disease than battle
c.) The American victory in the decisive battle at Santiago depended on assistance from German forces
d.) America finally setteled the question of freedom of the seas
e.) Was over the question of who owned Spain

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