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Next month is the 40th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs invasion, and this was marked last week by an extraordinary conference last week in Havana which involved former officials of the Kennedy Administration, the CIA, members of Brigade 2506, and Cuban government and military officials. The anniversary has also seen the release of numerous documents related to the ill-fated expedition. Although it has not been updated since the second day of the conference, the National Security Archive's site on the Havana conference is a very useful resource, with reports on the proceedings, a chronology, numerous declassified documents, several audio recordings, and biographies of the members of the US delegation.
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