Why Americans won the battle against Mexicans so easily
Mexican-American war was an armed clash that took place between 1846 and 1848. Although there were several reasons that caused this war, Mexicans resentment over the loss of Texas was the major cause. Another chief reason behind the war was Americans’ desire to take over Mexico’s western lands such as New Mexico and California.
Americans had “Manifest Destiny”, which was a belief that their territories should extend to the Pacific. The Americans therefore, invaded in three troops. The first troop invaded the desired western territories where they conquered after California short period.  Eisenhower, John SD. So far from God: The US war with Mexico, 1846-1848. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989
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Americans had superior firearms that were the best in the world. Good leadership with intelligent and tactical generals also gave them an upper hand. Again Americans had all the needed resources and therefore, the American government was able to supply the soldiers with everything that was required for the battle.
Mexicans soldiers were not sufficiently trained and also did not receive the support they needed from their government. Mexican leaders and generals were led by hatred and selfishness aiming at getting more powers.
Eisenhower, John SD. So far from God: The US war with Mexico, 1846-1848. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989.