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Congress issued a resolution on April 20 declaring Cuba independent and demanding that Spain leave the island within three days.

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Cuban rebels wanted independence from Spain
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Cuba was a Spanish Colony. When Spain lost the Spanish-American War, they lost Cuba.

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