The Oldest Military Photos and Movies

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The Oldest Military Photos and Movies .
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Spanish–American War (April 25 – August 12, 1898)
More info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish–American_War
http://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/1898/
http://www.spanamwar.com/
http://www.smplanet.com/imperialism/remember.html

Movies:
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/sawhtml/sawsp1.html MOVIES FROM THIS WAR!!!

Photos:
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USS Main
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Wreck of the USS Main Havana Harbor 1900
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U.S. 1st Kentucky Volunteers in Puerto Rico, 1898.
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Segregation in the U.S. Military, 1898.

More Photos Soon to Come!:)
 

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The Spanish-American War photos are about 50 years after the first daguerrotypes taken during the Mexican-American War in 1847.
 

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The Spanish-American War photos are about 50 years after the first daguerrotypes taken during the Mexican-American War in 1847.

I Know but its only my photos. Free, give us some photos from Mexican-American War. Cmon guys!!!:) Let's build something together!!!
 

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More photos from Spanish-American War:
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Rough Riders: Tampa, Florida 1898
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2nd Virginia Volunteers playing with a rattlesnake : Pablo Beach, Florida 1898
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Sultry day in camp : Tampa, Florida 1898
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Camp of Troop F, 3rd U.S. Cavalry : Camp Tampa, Florida 1898
 

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More photos from Spanish-American War:
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Troops en route to Cuba. Photographed during the summer of 1898.
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"Cuban volunteers in their barracks. Many of these were cigar makers at Tampa."The "Army of the Cuban Republic" was made up from 40 Cubans from Jacksonville, 200 from New York, and 150 from Key West. They set sail on the Florida to join the rebels on May 21st.
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Trooper at work between drill calls : Tampa, Florida 1898
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Fever wards at the division hospital : Jacksonville, Florida 1898
 

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Keep it coming:
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Soldier and boy posing with wooden gun 1898
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Camp of the 3rd Ohio Volunteers in the background : Ybor City, Florida 1898
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Man giving speech to the troops : Tampa, Florida 1898?
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Mascot of the "Rough Riders"
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Company D Florida volunteers at dinner 1898
 

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Wasnt the first actual photograph(albeit not a war photograph) produced in 1826 by Joseph Niepce(sp)? Which would make American Civil war photos older?:uhh:
 

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Wasnt the first actual photograph(albeit not a war photograph) produced in 1826 by Joseph Niepce(sp)? Which would make American Civil war photos older?:uhh:

1826...not the Civil War and check Post #2 in this thread. ;)
 

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Hey guys keep cool bring yours photos from others wars:) Its open thread. Those photos is an example:p
 

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Rolling:
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On the U.S. skirmish line 1898
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American troops in Havana, Cuba 1898
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Rough Riders filling belts with cartridges 1898
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Loading camp supplies at Tampa 1898
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Spanish-American War infantryman 1898
 

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More of them:
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Spanish-American War officer on horseback 1898
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Spanish-American War officer in front of tent 1898
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Rough Riders : Tampa, Florida 1898
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Rough Riders : Tampa, Florida 1898
 

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Soldiers:
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Officers of the Spanish-American War at the Tampa Bay hotel 1898, L-R: Colonel Babcock, Mr. McKittrick, Brigadier General Ludlow, Major Jacobs, Major General Shafter, First Lieutenant Gailey, Lieutenant Colonel Humphrey, First Lieutenant Noble.
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Troops of Company D : Troy, New York 1898
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Captain Curry of the Rough Riders : Tampa, Florida 1898
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Theodore Roosevelt and other high ranking officials 1898, 1. ?, 2. Allen Capran, 3. Major General Joseph Wheeler, 4. Chaplain Brown, 5. Colonel Leonard Wood, 6. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt.
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Officers of Co.M of the Florida Infantry Regiment, 1st, L-R: Augustine V. Long, First Lieutenant; Eugene S. Matthews, Captain; George C. Livingston, Second Lieutenant.May 24, 1898. Starke, FL.
 

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Few more:
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Buffalo soldiers
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Akron, Ohio, Band at mess during Spanish American War, ca. 1898. The band was possibly part of the 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry formed from the 8th Ohio National Guard and mustered into service in the United States Army during the Spanish-American War.

US soldiers in trench near Manilla

US troops crossing Rio Grande River in Philippines
 

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Next one:
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Company E of the 9th Infantry reading newspapers during the Spanish-American war (1898)
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9th Infantry breaking camp to embark for the Spanish-American war (1898)
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9th United States Calvary training horses for Spanish-American war (ca. 1898)
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Soldiers of the 2nd Regiment of Louisiana Volunteers at train depot: Cocoa, Florida (1898)
 

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Few more, very interesting imo:
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Army signal corps soldiers during the Spanish-American war (1898)
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Signal Corps telegraph and telephone office: Jacksonville, Florida (1898)
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Alligator shot by the captain of 4th Illinois Volunteers: Jacksonville, Florida (1898)
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Chaplain of the New Jersey Volunteers handing a testament to an applicant (1898)
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Roosevelt's Rough Riders leaving Tampa aboard the transport "Concho" headed for Santiago de Cuba (1898)
 

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Rolling:
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Company B of the 21st Infantry on a dusty march during the Spanish-American war (1898)
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9th U.S. Cavalry embarking for Cuba : Port Tampa, Florida
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Loading horses onto railroad cars at Port Tampa during the Spanish-American war
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Cannons being loaded on transport preparing to sail to Cuba for the Spanish-American war : Tampa, Florida
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3rd Nebraska Volunteers marching on the beach : Pablo Beach, Florida
 

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Spanish Ships in the Spanish-American War part 1:
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Alfonso XIII was a protected cruiser with a 276-member crew.
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Emperador Carlos V - Larger and more powerful than the Cristobal Colón, this armored cruiser was one of a few Spanish ships to escape destruction of the U.S. Navy.
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Marques de Ensenada - This light-armor protected warship/cruiser was with Admiral Montojo's fleet at Manila when it was destroyed by Admiral Dewey's squadron.
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The Havana was the most recently constructed vessel in the Spanish Navy; it was previously the Carlo Alberto of Italy. This photograph was taken at Spezia just as the ship left the dock after the launching ceremony.
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The Infanta Maria Teresa carried Admiral Cervera out of Santiago Harbor on July 3, 1898.
 

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Spanish Ships in the Spanish-American War part 2:
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The Navarra was a new ship built as a commerce destroyer for the Spanish Navy.
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The Nueva España was one of a number of little gunboats to be found in the Cuban waters during the war.
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This cruiser was part of Admiral Cervera's fleet. On Sunday July 3, 1898, off the coast of Santiago de Cuba, Admiral Sampson reported that the Almirante Oquendo was probably set on fire in the first fifteen minutes of the sea-fight with the United States.
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General Valdes - Cuban insurgents were kept guarded within walls of the ancient castle and fortress of Monjuich which was high above the city of Barcelona. This dispatch-boat was used by the Spanish Navy to protect Monjuich.
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The Varese, an armored cruiser from Italy, is shown moving form stocks at the Leghorn dockyard. The Spanish flag is being hoisted as she takes the water. The Varese saw no active duty during the war.
 
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