The Moncada Attack: Birth of the Cuban Revolution

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Univ of South Carolina Press, 2007 - 391 páginas
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The account of Fidel Castro's rise to power is not complete without mention of the failed atacks of July 26, 1953, on the Cuban army garrisons at Moncada and Bayamo. This text views this initial overthrow attempt as a propaganda victory that marked the start of Castro's ascent to national power.
 

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Growing Up under Three Different Names
1
There is nothing unusual going on
32
On Sunday Cuba will be inflames
60
Shoot at those wearing tennis shoes
81
We are going into history
121
That savagery cannot be blamed on Batista
138
You do not kill ideas
174
A leader is born
203
Appendix 1 Rebel Participants in the Insurrection of July 26 1953
261
Appendix 2 Casualities
267
Appendix 3 Civilians Acquitted in Case
271
Appendix 4 Defense Attorneys and Their Case 37 Clients
273
Appendix 5 Manifesto to the Nation
275
Appendix 6 Gustavo Arcos letter from Cuba July 26 203
279
Notes
281
Bibliography
353

History definitively will say it all
228
The Grand Task of Cuban Reconstruction
249
Abbreviations Used in the Appendixes
259

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Sobre o autor (2007)

Antonia Rafael de la Cova is an assistant professor of Latino studies at Indiana University, Bloomington.

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