This subcategory contains 38 links
A Brief Cultural History(92 clicks)
Afro-Cuban and musicA Concise Biography of Che Guevara(125 clicks)
(Part I, 1928 - 1955). Brief. Good photographs.
by Jerry Sierra. Includes a bibliographyBatista y Zaldívar, Fulgencio(87 clicks)
Aimee Estill's short biography of the dictator.Bay of Pigs Reports(87 clicks)
"This two volume 400 plus page document consists of (Volume I) the CIA Inspector General's (IG) report on the CIA's ill fated April 1961 attempt to implement national policy by overthrowing the Fidel Castro regime in Cuba by means of a covert paramilitary operation, otherwise known as the Bay of Pigs, and (Volume II), a commentary on the IG report written by the Directorate of Plans (DP), now known as the Directorate of Operations (DO). These two volumes are a rare side-by-side compilation of high-level government self-evaluation of its own performance in an historic and controversial event."Birth of Aviation in Cuba(94 clicks)
Carlos Finlay(104 clicks)
Discovered that the mosquito was the vector in yellow fever and malaria. In the words of General Leonard Wood, a physician and U.S. military governor of Cuba in 1900: "The confirmation of Dr. Finlay's doctrine is the greatest step forward made in medical science since Jenner's discovery of the vaccination (of smallpox)."
This discovery helped William C. Gorgas reduce the incidence and prevalence of mosquito-borne diseases in Panama during the American campaign from 1903 onwards to construct the Panama Canal. Prior to this, about 10% of the workforce died each year from malaria and yellow fever.Constitucion de la Republica de Cuba, 1902(106 clicks)
Spanish textCreelman in Cuba(106 clicks)
Human Rights Journalism and the "Yellow" Seeds of War by Frederic A. Moritz
Cuba and her people of to-day(99 clicks)
Cover of: Cuba and her people of to-day by Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay
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Cuba and her people of to-day by Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay
Cuba and her people of to-day
an account of the history and progress of the Island previous to its independence; a description of its physical features; a study of its people; and, in particular, an examination of its present political conditions, its industries, natural resources, and prospects; together with information and suggestions designed to aid the prospective investor or settler.
Published 1911 by Page in Boston .
Cuba Documentation Project(90 clicks)
National Security ArchiveCuba's Postal History(101 clicks)
Cuban Heritage Collection(80 clicks)
University of MiamiCUBA’S DANCE OF THE MILLIONS: EXAMINING THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF VIOLENT PRICE FLUCTUATIONS IN(81 clicks)
Documents Linked to Cuban Exile Luis Posada(93 clicks)
Bomber's Confessions Point to Explosives Hidden in Toothpaste Tube that Brought Down Civilian Airliner in 1976Fidel Castro Speech Index(117 clicks)
Searchable index to Fidel's speeches.Fidel Castro: Rise to Power(94 clicks)
Concise biography done by Shannon Maxwell Eldridge.Fulgencio Batista(86 clicks)
Dictator and President of Cuba. Important from 1933 until he was overthrown by Fidel Castro in December, 1958.Granma Archives Index(107 clicks)
"Welcome to the Granma Archives Index, a searchable Spanish-language list of articles published from 1965 to 1992 in the official daily newspaper of Cuba. This database provides bibliographic references for the articles, including headlines, length, and authors. Full-text articles are not accessible here."Havana, 1955(102 clicks)
Home movieHavana, Cuba 1902(95 clicks)
Excellent set of photographsHistory of Cuba(91 clicks)
Over 500 Years of Cuban History.
Our mission is to provide a clear and detailed journey through the themes, concepts, people and ideas that make up Cuban history.José Julián Martí y Pérez(79 clicks)
Bio from the Library of CongressJose Marti(84 clicks)
The Cuban poet and revolutionary who died trying to liberate his homeland in 1895.Larry Clayton, Cuba: The Ice Cream Line and the Search For Justice(79 clicks)
A look at Cuba in August, 2001 by a Latin American historian.
Larry Clayton, The Genius of Fidel Castro and the Failure of the U. S. Embargo(85 clicks)
Larry Clayton, a Latin American historian at the University of Alabama, relects on Cuban-US relations, prompted by his recent visit to Cuba.Leo Brouwer (b. 1939)(107 clicks)
Leo Brouwer is an Afro-Cuban composer, a classical Guitarist and the Conductor of Orquesta Cordoba in Spain. He has composed over 100 film scores and has made over 100 recordings.Little Island, Big Shadow, "Time Sensitive"(91 clicks)
Machado: A Historical Reinterpretation(99 clicks)
The paper is a revisionist history of Gerardo Machado and the role he played as president of Cuba from 1925 to 1933. It describes why Machado has heretofore played the role of "villain" in Cuban histories, and re-evaluates his contribution to the nation of Cuba from 1925 to 1933. Maximo Gomez y Baez(90 clicks)
Panorama of Cuba(89 clicks)
PINAR DEL RÍO: Pinar del Río:
HAVANA: Panorama of Havana in 1898;
Cigar Makers, 1902 ;
Colon Park in 1902, Havana, Cuba;
El Prado in Havana, 1902;
Street Cleaners, 1902;
Tenement Housing, 1902;
MATANZAS PROVINCE: Cárdenas; Matanzas;
LAS VILLAS PROVINCE: Cienfuegos:
CAMAGÜEY PROVINCE: Nuevitas; Puerto Príncipe
ORIENTE PROVINCE: Baracoa;
Panorama of Santiago de Cuba, 1898;
Santiago de Cuba
Pichs Collection(88 clicks)
Cuban History Through Postage StampsThe Cuban Communist Party's Anti-Castro Activities(114 clicks)
The Cuban Experience(85 clicks)
Site includes 1959 Revolutionaries, Americans, Cold War Figures, Cuban Presidents, Early Revolutionaries, Spaniards.
The Cuban Nation, 1898-1959(77 clicks)
Wesley Wolfe's fine essay. Wolfe is an agricultural economist at Mississippi State University. Tomás Estrada Palma(89 clicks)
Tomás Estrada Palma Collection, 1902-1999. University of Miami. Has a slide show and other images.
U.S. Sugar Tariff and the Cuban Revolution of 1933, The(85 clicks)
WWW-VL HISTORY: CUBA(83 clicks)
Extensive library of links.