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Second Samoan Civil War Map featuring the locations of battles in which British and American forces fought. Date 1898 - 1899 Location Apia, Upolu, Samoa, Pacific Ocean Result Mataafan victory, Mata'afa Iosefo becomes high chief of Samoa. United States acquires American Samoa, Germany acquires German Samoa. Belligerents Allies: Samoa  United Kingdom  United States Mataafans Commanders and leaders Tanu Albert Kautz Leslie Stuart Mata'afa Iosefo v · d · e Second Samoan Civil War Apia - 1st Vailele - Mangia - Falefa - 2nd Vailele - 3rd Vailele v · d · e 19th century Asia/Pacific conflicts involving the United States American Indian Wars Battle of Woody Point War of 1812 Action off James Island · Action off Charles Island · Nuku Hiva Campaign · Battle of Valparaiso First Sumatran Expedition Friendship Incident · Battle of Quallah Battoo Second Sumatran Expedition Eclipse Incident · Bombardment of Quallah Battoo · Battle of Muckie Wilkes Expedition Battle of Malolo Capture of Monterey Flagstaff War Battle of Kororareka Mexican–American War California Campaign · Pacific Coast Campaign Suppression of the Slave Trade Bombardment of Johanna Yangtze Patrol Piracy in China Battle of Ty-ho Bay · Antelope Incident First Fiji Expedition Battle of Lebouka Watermelon War Puget Sound War Battle of Seattle · Battle of Port Gamble Second Opium War First Battle of Canton · Battle of the Pearl River Forts · Second Battle of Taku Forts Second Fiji Expedition Battle of Somatti American Civil War Pacific Coast Theatre · Capture of J. M. Chapman · Cruise of the CSS Alabama Cochinchina Campaign Bombardment of Qui Nhơn Japanese Conflict Battle of Shimonoseki Straits · Shimonoseki Campaign Formosa Conflict Rover Incident · Formosa Expedition Korean Conflict General Sherman Incident · Korean Expedition · Bombardment of Ganghwa · Battle of Ganghwa Piracy in Mexico Battle of Boca Teacapan Oahu Expedition Honolulu Courthouse Riot First Samoan Civil War Samoan crisis Anti-Poaching in the Bering Sea Chilean Civil War Itata Incident · Baltimore Crisis Second Samoan Civil War Siege of Apia · First Battle of Vailele Spanish–American War Pacific Campaign Philippine–American War Moro Rebellion Boxer Rebellion Battle of Peking · Battle of Tientsin The Second Samoan Civil War was a conflict that reached a head in 1898 when Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States were locked in dispute over who should have control over the Samoan island chain, located in the South Pacific Ocean. At the war's conclusion in 1899, the United States was granted the eastern section of the islands, the Germans were granted the western section of the islands, and the British were given other Pacific island chains formerly belonging to Germany. The German half is now an independent nation: The Independent State of Samoa. The American half has voluntarily remained under the control of the American government as the territory of American Samoa. Contents 1 Allies 2 See also 3 Gallery 4 References Allies The allies were the Samoan followers of Prince Tanu and supporting naval forces from the United States and the United Kingdom who fought against the rebels of Mata'afa Iosefo. See also First Samoan Civil War Siege of Apia Gallery Tivoli Hotel in 1896, used as the command post for American force during the battle at Apia. United States Marines and a naval gun in Upolu, 1899. Samoan warriors and American servicemen during the Siege of Apia in March of 1899. German flag raising ceremony commemorating the creation of German Samoa in 1900. Samoans, Americans and Britons holding a ceremony while erecting a monument on Mulinuu Peninsula, 1902. Mata'afa Iosefo and followers, 1902. References This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) This Samoa-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article on military history is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e