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Bi̍k-Bí tsèn-tsing
(Mexican–American War)
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Clockwise from top left: Winfield Scott entering Plaza de la Constitución after the Fall of Mexico City, U.S. soldiers engaging the retreating Mexican force during the Battle of Resaca de la Palma, U.S. victory at Churubusco outside Mexico City, marines storming Chapultepec castle under a large U.S. flag, Battle of Cerro Gordo
Sî-kan1846-nî 4-gue̍h 25-li̍t – 1848-nî 2-gue̍h 2-li̍t
Tē-tiám
Texas, New Mexico, California; Northern, Central, and Eastern Mexico; Mexico City
Kiat-kó

Bí-kok iâñ

Léng-thó͘
piàn-hòa
Mexican Cession
Kau-chiàn-hong
Bí-kok
California kiōng-hô-kok
Be̍k-se-ko
Chí-hui-koaⁿ kap léng-tō-chiá
James K. Polk
Winfield Scott
Zachary Taylor
Stephen Kearney
John Sloat
William Worth
Robert Stockton
Joseph Lane
Franklin Pierce
David Conner
Matthew Perry
John Frémont
Thomas Childs
Henry Burton
Edward Baker
William Ide
Santa Anna
Mariano Arista
Pedro de Ampudia
José Flores
Mariano Vallejo
Nicolás Bravo
José de Herrera
Andrés Pico
Manuel Armijo
Martin de Cos
Pedro de Anaya
Agustín y Huarte
Joaquín Rea
Manuel Muñoz
Gabriel Valencia 
José de Urrea
Peng-le̍k
73,532[1] 82,000[1]
Sí-siong
1,733 killed [1]
4,152 wounded[2]
5,000 killed [1]
Thousands wounded[1]
4,000 civilians killed
Including civilians killed by violence, military deaths from disease and accidental deaths, the Mexican death toll may have reached 25,000[1] and the American death toll exceeded 13,283.[3]

Bi̍k-Bí tsèn-tsing (Mexican–American War; 墨美戰爭) sī Bi̍k-se-ko kah Bí-kok tsi-kan uì 1846-nî kàu 1848-nî po̍k-huat ê tsi̍t-tiûñ tsèn-tsing.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Clodfelter 2017, p. 249.
  2. "Official DOD data". goân-loē-iông tī February 28, 2014 hőng khó͘-pih. March 8, 2014 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. White, Ronald Cedric (2017). American Ulysses: a life of Ulysses S. Grant (Random House trade paperback pán.). New York: Random House. p. 96. ISBN 9780812981254. OCLC 988947112. The Mexican War of 1846-1848, largely forgotten today, was the second costliest war in American history in terms of the percentage of soldiers who died. Of the 78, 718 American soldiers who served, 13,283 died, constituting a casualty rate of 16.87 percent. By comparison, the casualty rate was 2.5 percent in World War I and World War II, 0.1 percent in Korea and Vietnam, and 21 percent for the Civil War. Of the casualties, 11,562 died of illness, disease, and accidents. 

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