The Great October Socialist Revolution that culminated in the victory of the people on November 7, 1917 in the old Russia of the tsars, marked a milestone not only for the twentieth century but for the entire history of the future of humanity. The precursor of the Great Patriotic War against Nazism 1941-1945, united soldiers,… Continue Reading »
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November five, century nineteen, the drums they announce that fighters for his freedom with fury they will fight the penury which implies exploitation. The slave uprising he remembers with earnestness at one hundred seventy five years of rebellion. Against colonial troops, stones, wood, machetes, to break the shackles. The unequal battle brings about final… Continue Reading »
On November 5th , 1843, the Triunvirato plantation began, in the current municipality of Limonar, one of the most important uprisings of the 19th century in Cuba, due to the number of people involved, level of organization and tactical concept, with the lucumí Carlota in front. The slaves sought mobility, rapid displacement and tried to… Continue Reading »
His name is Osmany, I do not know his last name but his divorced parents. He is a shy child, perhaps the most shy of the first grade group at Samuel Fernández Elementary School, but with the opportune sensitivity to join his branch, on his own initiative, to the river, one more flower for Camilo…. Continue Reading »
Each country has in its history the imprint of great men. One of them saw Venezuela being born on July 28, 1954. Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías, who would be 64 years old, was a man who became people and whose legacy changed the history of his country and of Latin America. The humble and totally… Continue Reading »
Five years after his untimely death that March 5, Hugo Chávez Frías is present in multitudes of human beings and lives in the hearts of millions of people from his native Venezuela, harassed today by an economic and media war determined to reverse the democratic process current in that nation, which is the fruit of his advanced thinking and Bolivarian legacy.
On February 6, 1932 Comandante Camilo was born into a humble family in Havana. Years later, the second son of the Cienfuegos Gorriarán couple, would become one of the most emblematic figures of the Cuban Revolution, the beloved hero of children, the respected and loved guerrilla throughout the town.
Fighters from the municipality of Unión de Reyes recalled the 55th anniversary of the murder of the children Fermín and Yolanda with a visit to the monument that perpetuates the memory of that painful event that occurred on January 24, 1963 at the La Candelaria estate, belonging to the Galeón neighborhood. very close to the settlement known as El Estante.
I imagine old Quintín Bandera at the beginning of the 20th century, with his difficult temperament and the pains of those Mambises forced to hand over their weapons. Black, poor, humble and unable to accept an only credible independence on paper.
On October 25th, 1983, the Caribbean island of Granada was invaded by United States military forces, a fact that shocked the international public. The brutal attack on the island nation was the first major operation by the US military since the Vietnam War. Causes of invasion On March 13, 1979, that tiny Caribbean island managed… Continue Reading »