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…y la luz se hizo. Declaraciones del commandante Fidel Castro Ruz, primer ministro del gobierno revolucionario, en el juicio contra el ex-comandante Hubert Matos. Ciudad libertad, diciembre 14 de 1959.. Casto Ruz, Fidel; Hubert Matos

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8vo, in orange pictorial stapled wraps. 95 pp. The report and proceedings of the Tribunal Militar Revolucionario trial against Hubert Matos, who had commanded the ninth column in the revolutionary forces and had been named commander of the army shortly after the victory over Batista. He wasted no time in expressing his anti-communist views and concerns about the direction the new government was taking under avowed Marxists such as Raúl Castro and Che Guevara. He was arrested under charges of working with the CIA to plot a counter-revolution, and was tried by tribunal on December 14, 1959 and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment. Having suffered torture and abuse during his imprisonment, he became an outspoken dissident activist following his release and emigration to Miami. Front wrap heavily chipped and creased with several closed tears and partially separating from stapled binding. Beyond the half-title, internal contents are clean and solid, center gatherings are age-toned, while the outer are not (different qualities of paper).

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…y la luz se hizo. Declaraciones del commandante Fidel Castro Ruz, primer ministro del gobierno revolucionario, en el juicio contra el ex-comandante Hubert Matos. Ciudad libertad, diciembre 14 de 1959.. . Casto Ruz, Fidel; Hubert Matos

8vo, in orange pictorial stapled wraps. 95 pp. The report and proceedings of the Tribunal Militar Revolucionario trial against Hubert Matos, who had commanded the ninth column in the revolutionary forces and had been named commander of the army shortly after the victory over Batista. He wasted no time in expressing his anti-communist views and concerns about the direction the new government was taking under avowed Marxists such as Raúl Castro and Che Guevara. He was arrested under charges of working with the CIA to plot a counter-revolution, and was tried by tribunal on December 14, 1959 and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment. Having suffered torture and abuse during his imprisonment, he became an outspoken dissident activist following his release and emigration to Miami. Front wrap heavily chipped and creased with several closed tears and partially separating from stapled binding. Beyond the half-title, internal contents are clean and solid, center gatherings are age-toned, while the outer are not (different qualities of paper). 80.00

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Condition

Good

Date Published

1959

Publisher

Cooperativa Obrera de Publicidad

Place Published

Havana