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Crisis in Cuba By Charlie McReynolds
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Travel into Cuba for the past 20 or more years. Stories of people and church life on that beautiful island.
To Return to Cuba By Lorenzo F. Gonzalez
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“To Return to Cuba” is the riveting true story of the author's experiences as a teenager during the Cuban Revolution. He shares rare, first-hand accounts of the Bay of Pigs and the... More > Missile Crisis from his point of view as a Cuban revolutionary soldier, and personal experiences with Fidel Castro at the University of Havana. As a Cuban student studying in Hungary, his views of the revolution evolve, forcing him to attempt a harrowing escape from Castro, Cuba and Communism.< Less
Cuba - The Billboards By Harjan Bos & Henk van der Leeden
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Cuba – The Billboards presents one hundred photos of Cuban billboards and tells the story behind the revolutionary slogans shown on them. The book is a must for everyone who is interested in... More > Cuba, its revolution and its society. It documents one of the most remarkable stories of the twentieth century and provides a glimpse into an era and an ideology that seems to have been forgotten by modern western world societies. There is however a revival of this ideology going on in other parts of the world, particularly in Latin America. New leaders like Hugo Chávez (Venezuela) and Evo Morales (Bolivia) see the Cuban Revolution as an important source of inspiration. For more info visit www.harjanbos.nl or www.henkvanderleeden.com.< Less
Cuban Crisis By peter dancey
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Cuba is less than 100 miles from Florida, the soft underbelly of the United States. This ebook details the political tension that existed until President Obama's visit in May 2016 to the country... More > offering removal of sanctions and closer cooperation. This book describes the political stance, military posture and the Republics air power since the 1960s and Cuban forces involvement in overseas wars and skirmishes.< Less
Castro’s Cuba: Quo Vadis? By Francisco Wong-Diaz & Strategic Studies Institute
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The United States, particularly the Army, has a long history of involvement with Cuba. It has included, among others, the Spanish-American War of 1898, military interventions in 1906 and 1912, the... More > 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion, the 1962 Missile Crisis, counterinsurgency, and low intensity warfare in Latin America and Africa against Cuban supported guerrilla movements. During the Cold War, Fidel Castro’s Communist takeover on January 1, 1959, heightened U.S. concerns and highlighted the threat Cuba posed as a strategic ally of the Soviet Union. The collapse of the Soviet bloc in the 1990s raised hopes for an end to the Communist regime in Cuba. However, after almost 5 decades of authoritarian one-man rule, the Cuban dictator remains firmly in power. On July 31, his brother, Raul Castro, assumed provisional presidential power after an official announcement that Fidel was ill and would undergo surgery. This monograph is designed to contribute to the process of understanding the strategic and political...< Less
On the Brink of Nuclear War: Cuban Missile Crisis - Soviet Union, Cuba and the United States By Scott S. F. Meaker
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Note: This is a short history. During the 1950s, the big fear was nuclear war. From the Soviet Union’s perspective, having a communist stronghold so close to the American border was a dream... More > come true. By the early 1960s, there was a strong undercurrent of tension between the Americans and the Soviets. Aside from the disastrous loss of life and dignity at the Bay of Pigs, something else happened. The line was firmly drawn in the sand. The world was on the brink of nuclear war. Scott’s Other Books: ***Unforgettable World War II: Aftermath of the Extraordinary Second World War. ***Unforgettable Vietnam War: The American War in Vietnam - War in the Jungle. ***Hitler's War and the Horrific Account of the Holocaust ***The Forgotten Heroes: Untold Stories of the Extraordinary World War II - Courage, Survival, Resistance and Rescue. ***The Forgotten Women Heroes: Second World War Untold Stories - The Women Heroes in the Extraordinary World War Two. *** This is a military history book***< Less
Cuban Missile Crisis By Harvey Morrison
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In 1961, the Soviet Union installed ballistic missiles on the island of Cuba 90 miles from the US mainland.
The Cuban Missile Crisis, Songun and the DPRK By Dermot Hudson
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Compares the DPRK's stance in the nuclear and missile issue with the Soviet Union's approach to the Cuban Missile Crisis
Security Requirements For Post-Transition Cuba By Strategic Studies Institute & G. Alexander Crowther
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The United States, particularly the Army, has a long history of involvement with Cuba. This history has included the Spanish-American War of 1898, military interventions in 1906 and 1912, the 1961... More > Bay of Pigs Invasion, the 1962 Missile Crisis, counterinsurgency, and low intensity warfare in Latin America and Africa against Cuban supported guerrilla movements. During the Cold War, Fidel Castro’s communist takeover on January 1, 1959, heightened U.S. concerns and highlighted the threat Cuba posed as a strategic ally of the Soviet Union. The collapse of the Soviet bloc in the 1990s raised hopes for an end to the communist regime in Cuba. However, after almost 5 decades of authoritarian rule, the Cuban dictator remains firmly in power. On July 31, 2006, his brother, Raul Castro, assumed provisional presidential power after an official announcement that Fidel was ill and would undergo surgery.< Less
Texas Hold 'Em: LBJ confronts Cuba By Gareth J. Hughes
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It is often forgotten that, at the start of Lyndon Johnson’s Presidency, Cuba, after Moscow, was the number one concern for U.S. foreign policy analysts and Latin American hemispheric... More > relations. The fear of ‘another Cuba’ would haunt LBJ and framed his response to the Dominican crisis. LBJ’s task in Cuba was far from straight forward and his options vast, but at the same time consequence-laden. How did LBJ fundamentally frame the Cuban problem and how did this impinge upon his actions toward that small revolutionary state only 90 miles from Florida? What did he do, why and what does this tell us about the foreign policy of a much-maligned President? In this overview analysis Hughes outlines how LBJ was brilliant and fortunate, hesitant and decisive, attentive and passive, insightful and prone to muddled analogies. His actions were the epitome of his own disposition. This is the story of how LBJ neutered Fidel Castro.< Less

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