The Cuban Revolution brought much change to the island nation. After five years of guerilla warfare Fidel Castro and his 26th of July movement had proven themselves victorious as Fulgencio Batista fled the island nation. Now the rebels could rebuild the nation as envisioned by the father of the revolution, Jose Marti. Rebuilding such a nation would prove to be difficult as the new government did not have a proper example to base itself off of. Soon, infighting between members of the revolutionary group’s inner circle combined with the threat of an American invasion would convince Fidel to secure complete…

Humberto Marmolejo

Welcome. Im an aspiring Historian curently working on obtaining my Masters. I write articles on a wide range of topics mostly focusing on Latin American topics.

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