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Golden pages of the Cuban exiles, 1959-1983 =

Páginas de oro del exilio cubano

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Published by s.n.] in [New York? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Cubans -- United States.,
    • Refugees -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      English and Spanish.

      Other titlesPáginas de oro del exilio cubano.
      Statementeditors, Rodolfo Rodríguez Zaldívar, Bienvenido Madan.
      ContributionsRodríguez Zaldívar, Rodolfo., Madan, Bienvenido.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE184.C97 G57 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination387 p. :
      Number of Pages387
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3223575M
      LC Control Number83134238

        Re: JFK and the Cuban Exiles «Reply #1 on: J , pm» 4/29/ New York Times, 4/29/ "MIAMI, April 25 - The fear that the United States Government is moving toward some form of coexistence with the Fidel Castro regime is growing among Cuban exiles in Miami. CUBAN EXILE POSITION In a Miami News article printed in May , a good reading will help understand the exile position as it was, not as it is professed by many today. Ricardo Nunez Portuondo wrote an article on the JFK Assassination and Cuba, unfortunately it is in only in Spanish.

      In she married Leonardo Beatriz, a concert guitarist, (Spanish guitar) art restorer and appraiser. Also during that time she was recognized by a well known newspaper the Excelcior in Cuba. [Elogios a una exposicion Exelcior, Pg. B2; Aug ] Dulce Beatriz and Juan Contreras y López de Ayala. Created Date: 9/3/ PM.

        Cuban Exiles Finding Spirit of Reconciliation. ''If Cuba decides to open a dialogue with the Cuban exiles, that would be a disaster, because that means that the exiles recognize them as the. on ap, armed cuban exiles landed on the south coast of cuba at the bay of pigs the man accused of killing president kennedy appeared to be confused and embittered marxist named.


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