Freedom in Cuba during the 20th century had many faces, some of which are revealed through this amazing collection of documents. Offered by the Wilson Center, this collection was compiled by Dr. Piero Gleijeses, who spent a significant time looking through the Cuban archives for work on several books. He gathered 3,500 pages of Cuban documents, some of which are available in this electronic dossier. First-time visitors should read the introduction by Gleijeses, look over the list of documents, and get started. The documents are dated from 1976 to 1989 and include reports from Raul Castro on technical assistance to Angola, memos about conversations between Fidel Castro and Soviet leaders, and a range of other official documents.


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