Publisher Description

☆ Cuban History in 50 Events ☆
Cuba is a nation with a long, rich history. The study of Cuban history is also the study of the development of the New World by Europe, and the first steps taken by New World countries to establish independent governments. Cuba played a significant role in the growth of the New World, and throughout its history has been a part of major world events that have taken place around it. This book is designed to familiarize readers with a broad overview of Cuban history and the context that made that development possible. 

Inside you will read about...
✓ First Settlement of Cuba
✓ Ten Years War Begins
✓ Cuba Gains Independence
✓ Cuba Enters World War I
✓ Creation of the Cuban Socialist Party
✓ Castro and Che Begin Invasion of Cuba
✓ Cuban Missile Crisis
✓ Former President Jimmy Carter Visits Cuba
✓ Diplomatic Relations with US Re-opened
And much more!

Broken down into fifty easy-to-read chapters that will allow readers to gain insight into Cuban history without being overwhelmed by its depth, this book is a must-read for anyone seeking a better understanding of North America and its development.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2016
March 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
44
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hourly History
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
130.9
KB

Customer Reviews

elt223 ,

Each Cuban could write a book

In 50 years as a Cuban I know first hand the pain and suffering The castro regime caused. My mother could never return to bury her parents. The eldest of 8 siblings. They called us Gusanos; worms for not agreeing to sing the praises of revolution. A revolt lead by criminals. Just try to leave Cuba=6 years prison or worse.

Azriel Rose ,

Reductionist

Historically incomplete and reductionist. The book is more of a high school power point project than a meaningful look into history. Listen to this: “The question must be asked at this point: why did the United States not eliminate Castro? Simply put, at that time the U.S. maintained a policy of not assassinating the leaders of recognized countries, even if that leader is doing harm to his people. As a result, the United States had to find other means of removing Castro from power, as it was unwilling to remove Castro by force.”

This is the same United States that trained a coup force for the Bay of Pigs! The same United States that has been responsible for every “regime change” (coup) in Latin America to this day since the 1900s.

From using inexcusably soft language in explaining its colonized years under Spain to overt misunderstandings and misrepresentations of the power dynamic between the US, Cuba, and The Soviet Union, this book this book can only serve as a timeline, not a historically nuanced recount of events.

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