Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950s

Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950s

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The Cuban revolution, steaming like a cigar of Fidel Castro, swept the country with a wave in the 1950-ies and radically changed her story. Free gerilla, bold che Guevara and the amazing atmosphere that prevailed at the time, continue to fascinate and still. A new photo book by Tony Perrottet gives you the opportunity to immerse themselves in the era of young Fidel.

See unique pictures of the times of the Cuban revolution made over 60 years ago, in our material.Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950s

Photo book "Cuba Libre!" opens a new view on the famous revolution of Liberty Island. There are many rare pictures for which it is possible to establish a timeline of historical events of the time. The path of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara will lead the reader from the beginning of a coup in Cuba to establish the new regime.

Writer Tony Perrottet (Tony Perrottet) originally from new York, he first visited Cuba 23 years ago. Since that time, he became interested in the history of the freedom of the country and began to study it in detail.Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950sFidel Castro in his youth, he was a good athlete. He played basketball and baseball when I was in high school.Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950sIn Havana in the 1920s and 1930s, he worked as a secret strip clubs, bars and casinos. The capital of Cuba was one of the Western "cities of sins", surpassing Paris and Shanghai.Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950sSince his student days Fidel lived and breathed politics. In pictures in 1952, the future leader of the revolution talks about politics at the dinner table.Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950sFirst joint photo of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara in a jail cell in Mexico city, 1956.Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950sOne of the most historically important photographs of Fidel: in 1957, the journalist of the newspaper "New York Times" made his way to the leader of the Cuban revolution, to prove that Castro is alive.Cuba Libre: the secret of the strip clubs, the guerrillas and the atmosphere of freedom in the revolutionary 1950sCastro and Celia Sanchez (center) was one of the greatest revolutionary collaborations in the history of the world. On the left in picture — revolutionary and politician Aida Santamaria.

Keywords: 1950s | Havana | Historical photos | Cuba | Guerrillas | Writer | Revolution | Rare photos | Fidel Castro | Photobook | Che Guevara

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