George Dewey


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a United States naval officer remembered for his victory at Manila Bay in the Spanish-American War

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public opinion in favor of war in Cuba, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt took advantage of the run up to hostilities to issue orders to Commodore George Dewey to prepare to destroy the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay.
In 1898, Commodore George Dewey gave the command, ''You may fire when you are ready, Gridley,'' as an American naval force destroyed a Spanish squadron in Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War.
Bonus, the 'torpedoes' were actually mines; (f) Unknown British sailor, when HMS Cossack rescued Admiral Graf Spee captives from the German vessel I Altmark in a Norwegian fjord (1940); (g) George Dewey in Manila Bay (1898).
The first major battle was waged in the Philippines, where Commodore George Dewey led American naval forces against Spain's aging Pacific fleet in Manila Bay.
They profile major historical figures such as Emilio Aguinaldo, George Dewey, Jose Marti, William Randolph Hearst, Queen Lili'uokalani, William McKinley, and Theodore Roosevelt, and present related primary sources such as the Monroe Doctrine.
Asiatic Squadron, commanded by Commodore George Dewey, steamed into Manila Bay in the Spanish Philippines to do battle with the Spanish South Pacific Squadron.
Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Amanda Lema of San Jose, Calif., and Patty Dobson of Boise; two sons, Tony of Eugene and Benjamin of Boise; a sister, Edna Mae Brannen; a brother, George Dewey; and five grandchildren.
Born in New York City, he served in the Navy for eight years, inspired by his great-grandfather, Admiral George Dewey. He started out bartending in Hollywood before becoming a singer and attending drama school.
George Dewey is an investment banking director for Citigroup Global Markets, Inc.
George Dewey. The world tour was not announced until after the fleet had reached San Francisco and the message to the Japanese war party had been delivered.
Assigned to capture Admiral George Dewey's heroic image following his controversial defeat of the Spanish navy in the Philippines, Johnston boarded his ship and ultimately created a tableaux that depicted the admiral and his sailors relaxing at "home" (32).
There are floor machines, 6 feet tall and graced by portraits of Admiral George Dewey and Mozart.
Americans do not like to be reminded of what it did to its first "colony," "possession" or "protectorate." We were taught in grade school to rejoice that Admiral George Dewey on May 1, 1898, sunk the Spanish fleet in the Bay of Manila and seized the islands that Spain had exploited for over 300 years.