Jose Maria Heredia, A Man in Full
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Jose Maria Heredia, A Man in Full

By: Santiago Romero. It was a hard road for both heroes that reached our days and will prevail beyond their ill-fated, volcanic and terrible May, both for them in their time, as well as for their friends in their time and in the context of a contemporaneity that vindicates the living verse as the sword and the shrapnel.

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Dr. C. Giovanni L. Villalón García, Communication Specialist of the Territorial Delegation of Science, Technology and Environment. Here he announces a new updated edition of the book "Women of Science"
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Women of Science

By: Santiago Romero Chang. Translated by MSc. Guillermo Rodriguez Cortes. The book “Women of Science” is a set of stories, a text that summarizes, but is not conclusive about the lives of seven women first, then five others who are also considered as examples, paradigms or references…

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Fidel Castro Ruz, líder eterno de la Revolución Cubana
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Fidel: One and all

Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz became Fidel the revolutionary, the politician, the fighter, the intellectual

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Primera milicia campesina de Cuba, conocida como Los Malagones
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Fight Against Bandits: Another Lesson to Cuba’s Enemies

Fight Against Bandits- in recognition of Los Malagones, those legendary peasants from Pinar del Río, who on that date in 1959, following the orders of our Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, captured in record time the terrorist band of rebels led by Luis Lara Crespo, El Cabo (The Corporal), a henchman who at the service of the Batista dictatorship…

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¿Por qué entonces el Moncada? Porque parecía que el Apóstol iba a morir en el año de su centenario
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Fidel, rising to the occasion, again and again

Before the battle against Flora’s waters had ended, Fidel sent for Comandante Faustino Perez…

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Fidel, Los sueños de Alejandro, por Nelson Domínguez, pintor
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The Final Battle of Santiago de Cuba 65 Years Ago

65th Anniversary of the Cuban revolution. By: Santiago Romero. Santiago de Cuba.- The last events put Santiago de Cuba in the news of the time: the uprising of November 30 when the city was dressed -for the first time- in olive green in support of the landing of the eighty-two men of the Granma yacht. Then, it was the turn of the underground resistance in the city to deny that Fidel had died.

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