Battle of Santiago
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The Battle of Santiago may refer to:
- Battle of Santiago de Chile (1541), native insurrection against the Spanish
- Invasion of Cuba (1741), a British attempt to capture Santiago de Cuba in 1741
- Battle of Santiago de Cuba (1748), battle which took place on 9 April 1748
- Battle of Santiago (1844), battle fought at Santiago de los Caballeros, Santiago Province, on Hispaniola
- Battle of Santiago (1898), battle fought between Spain and the United States on July 3, 1898, not to be confused with the later siege.
- Siege of Santiago (1898), also known as the Siege of Santiago de Cuba, last major action in Cuba fought during the Spanish-American War
- Battle of Santiago (1962 FIFA World Cup), the name given to a particularly unsavoury and infamous football match during the 1962 FIFA World Cup between host Chile and Italy.
- The Battle of Santiago (band), Canadian afro Cuban post-rock band formed in 2011
- Battle of Monte Santiago (1827), battle between the Argentine Navy and Brazilian Imperial Navy, during the Cisplatine War
- Battle of Brazos Santiago (1836), battle between the Texan Navy and the Mexican Navy during the Texas Revolution
- Battle of Chacabuco (1817), battle that lead to the turnover of Santiago to independent Chile from Spain
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