Fidel's Cuba: A Revolution in Pictures
On New Year's Day, 1959, a ragtag group of bearded revolutionaries overthrew the U.S.-supported dictatorship in the tropical paradise of Cuba, just 90 miles from Miami. They installed the charismatic Fidel Castro as leader of the island nation, and to this day, few events in modern history have retained the mystery and emotion of hte Cuban Revolution and Castro's rise to power. This dramatic tale has never been told with more visual impact than in "Fidel's Cuba." This vivid collection of photographs, shot by father-and-son team Osvaldo and Roberto Salas, captures the fascinating history of Castro and his country in powerful images and rousing storytelling.
Specifications of Fidel's Cuba: A Revolution in Pictures
|Author||Osvaldo Salas, Roberto Salas|
|Publisher||Thunder's Mouth Press|
|Number Of Pages||176|
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