Artículos Sobre Fidel

Articles | 17/04/2023 |

The Cuban Revolution showed that it was possible to change Latin America's dependence on the big Western news agencies, and Prensa Latina was the first step in that direction, according to US historian Renata Keller.
In this regard, the associate professor at the University of Nevada recalled the leading role of Fidel Castro, who, even before the revolutionary triumph in 1959, acknowledged the importance of international media...

Articles | 24/11/2022 |

As a child, he saw him as a promising young man. Energetic, as boys tend to be, Raúl would only receive criticism, but Fidel felt that there was something more in him, a future; that is why he took him under his protection, not to pamper him or applaud his hazing, but to see him grow as a good man.

Articles | 05/09/2022 |

La insurrección armada de los marinos revolucionarios en Cienfuegos, junto a luchadores del Movimiento 26 de Julio y numerosos pobladores el 5 de septiembre de 1957, derrochó heroísmo y sangre desde el amanecer hasta la noche.
Con más de 50 mártires caídos en combate o asesinados por la tiranía de Fulgencio Batista (1952-1958), enterrados en fosas comunes, estos hechos siempre reciben el homenaje del pueblo cubano, como ahora,...

Articles | 19/04/2022 |

It seems that Girón was recorded in the homeland’s history as a permanent warning to those who dream of taking possession of Cuba.
As time passes, the lesson left by the victory achieved in the Ciénaga de Zapata, along the Bay of Pigs in the southern reaches of Matanzas, becomes even more evident. Our indomitable people were able to confront and defeat the invaders, despite the much greater power of their weapons and imperialist...

Articles | 06/12/2021 |

The streets of Santiago. Streets that the sun overheats and where so much generous blood has been shed. Streets that have seen everything human lived, fear and courage, the pierced body of Frank and the irrepressible Vilma.
Streets where the Revolution is also a spiritual condition, a joy with a name. Santiago that is Santiago, still Santiago, with Fidel in its streets.

Articles | 07/12/2021 |

The book entitled simply Fidel by writer and journalist Katiuska Blanco Castiñeira, was presented December 4 at the Fidel Castro Ruz Center, the first work published by Ediciones Alejandro and the printing house El Cubano Libre, both affiliated with the recently inaugurated institution.   

Articles | 06/12/2021 |

Thirty-two years have passed, but Cuba has not forgotten. On December 7, 1989, the remains of 2,289 combatants who gave their lives on internationalist missions in Africa were returned to the arms of the homeland, in an effort entitled Operation Tribute.
All the country’s cities received the remains of their prodigal sons, and honored to them in Pantheons of the Fallen established in all municipalities.