Los norteamericanos al tanto de la infiltración comunista en la revolución y no la impiden: ¿Cuba como carnada?

8 03 2015

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Reporte diplomático de 1964 sobre la responsabilidad del control comunista sobre Cuba, desclasificado y publicado por http://www.latinamericanstudies.org

Reporte diplomático de 1964 sobre la responsabilidad del control comunista sobre Cuba, desclasificado y publicado por http://www.latinamericanstudies.org,

Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: 
Cuba Internal and Foreign Affairs 1955-1959

A Guide to the Microfilm Edition

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 669, January 10, 1955 (Interpretation of the Cuban-U.S. Bilateral Air Transport Agreement; Dr. Francsco Velasco Guzman; Dr. Mario Haedo Triana)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 721, January 27, 1955 (Confederation of Cuban Workers (CTC) and the Political Situation)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 830, March 1, 1955 (Access restricted)

Letter to President Eisenhower from Rev. Paul J. Acker, March 5, 1955 (Preston; Guaro; United Fruit Company; Communism; Russell Smith; voting)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 864, March 8, 1955 (Police seek asylum; El Colorado)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 916, March 22, 1955 (Conrado Becquer; Miguel Angel Campa; Nixon speech; U.S. Navy; T-33 received)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 955, March 31, 1955 (Labor Developments: Cuba, Oct. 1954-March 1955)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Harold M. Randall to Gerald W. Russell, ARA, April 12, 1955 (Bilateral Air Agreement; Compañía Cubana de Aviación; Pan American World Airways; National Airlines)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1017, April 19, 1955 (Amnesty law; Arms cache seized; Jose Duarte Oropesa; Communist agitation; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1060, April 29, 1955 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1105, May 10, 1955 (Amnesty law; BRAC; Student disturbances; Juan Marinello; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1123, May 12, 1955 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1140, May 17, 1955 (Prisoners released underAmnesty law; Jose Duarte Oropesa; Bomb explosions; CTC; Pilot’s Day; Carlos Tabernilla Palmero)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1167, May 25, 1955 (Proposal that Cuba be admitted as the 49th state of the Union; Ramon Salas Martinez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1181, May 31, 1955 (Autenticos call upon exiles to return; Luis Gustavo Fernandez; Santiago Verdeja; Panchin Batista; Fidel Castro [martyr pretension]; Alberto del Rio Chaviano; Bomb at Ministry of Labor; Zoila Castellanos Ferrer; Lazaro Peña; Carlos Tabernilla Palmero; Guillermo Corvo Alzamora)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1213, June 7, 1955 (Batista indicates serving full term; Cosme de la Torriente; More bomb explosions; BRAC; Martin Diaz Tamayo; La Calle issue seized; Waldo Perez Almaguer; Alberto del Rio Chaviano; CTC; Pascasio Lineras; Marco Hirigoyen; Dominican exiles reach Cuba; Michael P. Moreno; Charles Hobbs; Harbor tunnel contract; US-Cuba Common Defense Plan; Martin Diaz Tamayo; Felipe Catasus; Manuel Varela Castro)
U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1224, June 9, 1955 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1249, June 14, 1955 (Jorge Agostini; Six more bombs; Arms display in Senate; Eduardo Suarez Rivas; Gilberto Leyva Hernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1272, June 20, 1955 (Consolidated Railroads Labor Dispute; Jorge Cruz Perez; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Manuel Parrado Rodes; Col. Perez Coujil; Col. Alberto del Rio Chaviano;

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1275, June 21, 1955 (Prio accused of terroristic plan; Pascasio Lineras; Raul Castro; La Calle suspended; Jorge Agostini; Julio Laurent; CTC; Inaudi Kindelan; Transfer of regimental commanders)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1276, June 21, 1955 (Cuban Civil Aeronautics Commission Requests Interpretation of Air Transport Agreement; Argonaut Airways Corportation; James Orr)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1309, June 29, 1955 (Membership of the Confederation of Cuban Workers (CTC).

Henry A. Hoyt memorandum to Henry F. Holland, July 1, 1955 (Cuban Ambassador’s Meeting; Carlos Prio)

Department of State Instruction to U.S. Embassy Havana, July 5, 1955 (Interpretation of the Air Transport Agreement Between U.S. and Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 8, July 6, 1955 (New Allocations From Development Funds for Highway Construction and for Addition Loan to Compañía Cubana de Aviacion

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 22, July 11, 1955 (New Directors and Executives of Compañia Cubana de Aviacion; Jose Lopez Vilaboy; Joe Garrigo Artigas: Juan Palli; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Sergio Clark; Ignacio Mendoza; E. Forns; Quirino Uria; R. Valmaña; J. Martinez Ortiz; J. Zarraga; Dr. Bengochea; Guillermo Biscay; Oscar Bustillo; Nicholas Pons; Ignacio Calderin; Rugino Gonzalez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 25, July 12, 1955 (Batista on elections; Return of Prio; Army unrest; Fidel Castro leaves Cuba; Raul Castro; Police violate university autonomy; CTC warns Communists)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 27, July 12, 1955 (Compañía Cubana de Aviación will receive exclusive airmail contracts)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 35, July 14, 1955 (Further Report on Membership of the Confederation of Cuban Workers CTC)

Department of State Memorandum of Conversation, July 13, 1955 (General Aviation; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Terrance G. Leonhardy; Gerald W. Russell)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 44, July 18, 1955 (Newspaper Reports of Talks Between Cuban Labor Leader and United States Officlas Regarding Revision of the Air Transport Agreement; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Francisco Velasco)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 52, July 19, 1955 (Access restricted)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 78, July 26, 1955 (Return of Prio [Cont’d]; Juan Amador Rodriguez; Bank workers’ strike; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 105, Aug. 3, 1955 (Transmitting Financial Statements of Compañía Cubana de Aviación)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 106, Aug. 3, 1955 (Labor Developments: Cuba, Aug.-December 1955; Compañía Cubana de Aviación; National Air Federation)

Post Office Department letter to Department of State, Aug. 9, 1955 (Four Cuban airlines with permits to carry mail between the United States and Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 112, Aug. 9, 1955 (Arms seizures; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Eufemio Fernandez; Jesus Gonzalez Cartas; Prio postpones return; Diego Vicente Tejera; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 127, Aug. 16, 1955 (Prio returns to Cuba; Carlos Hevia; Third arms cache seized; university disturbances; Annexationist Ramon Salas Martinez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 151, Aug. 23, 1955 (Prio activities; Ramon Grau San Martin; Another arms cache seized; Eufemio Fernandez; Jesus Gonzalez Cartas; Luis “Ojos Gachos” Fernandez; Orlando Garcia Vazquez; Mario Betancourt Pichardo; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Batista on elections in 1958; Another student disturbance; Telegraph strike)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 163, Aug. 26, 1955 (United States-Cuban Bilateral Air Transport Agreement; Dr. Francisco de Velasco; Joseph Watson)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 172, Aug. 30, 1955 (Candido de la Torre; Menelao Mora Morales; Ortodoxos; Carlos Marquez Sterling; Raul Chibas; Bomb explodes at Prio family tomb; Compañía Cubana de Aviación)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 211, Sept. 14, 1955 (Miami Herald Article on Cuban Labor Situation)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 355, Nov. 10, 1955 (Guantanamo Naval Base Union Developments)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 434, Dec. 16, 1955 (Compañía Cubana de Aviación will replace present equipment and inaugurate Habana-New York service)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 180, Dec. 16, 1955 (Attacks by certain elements Cuban press on Trujillo as responsible for murder Dominican exile here last summer)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 91, Dec. 22, 1955 (Dominican-Cuban Relations; Juancito Rodriguez and Miguel Feliu, Dominican exiles;

Office of Middle American Affairs Memorandum to Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Dec. 29, 1955 (Compañía Cubana de Aviación to use Viscounts on Habana-Miami route)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 466, Dec. 30, 1955 (Labor Developments: Cuba, Aug.-December 1955)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 211, January 11, 1956 (Cuban-Dominican relations)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 495, January 16, 1956 (Consultation Between the United States and Cuba Regarding The Bilateral Air Transport Agreement; Dr. Francisco Velasco; Dr. Mario Haedo; Dr. Nemesio Ledo; Joseph Watson; Clarence Boonstra; Anna E. Simmons; Leobardo Gonzalez; Compañía Cubana de Aviación)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 518, January 24, 1956 (Batista-de la Torriente negotiations; Tiempo bombed; Conrado Rodriguez; Conrado Becquer)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 525, January 26, 1956 (Air Traffic Statistics — Cuba 1954-1955)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 536, January 31, 1956 (Opposition agrees to discuss political problems; Student disorders; Fidel Castro in U.S.; Time bomb in Santiago; Alberto Recio Forns; Conrado Rodriguez; Conrado Becquer)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 553, February 7, 1956 (Government-Opposition discussions stalled; Fidel Castro; More bombs; Carlos Salas Humara)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 328, February 14, 1956 (Dominican-Cuban Relations; Orlando Daumy Amat; Ulises Sanchez Hinojosa)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Feb. 16, 1956 (Dr. Jose T. Baron; Ambassador Dreier; Charges that Cuban government had been selling arms to Dominican exiles in Cuba)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Feb. 16, 1956 (Cuban Ambassador Miguel Angel de la Campa’s call on Assistant Secretary Henry F. Holland regarding recent charges by Dominican General Hermida against Cuban Chief of Staff; Terrance G. Leonhardy; Gen. Francisco J. Tabernilla; Murder of a Dominican in Havana; Ambassador Salazar)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 630, March 1, 1956 (Non-Mujalista Labor Leaders Group to Safeguard Their Positions at Coming CTC Congress and Elections)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 636, March 5, 1956 (CTC International Activities; ICFTU)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 653, March 9, 1956 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 713, April 3, 1956 (Political developments; Communists break windows at Sears; Gunfire attack on CTC leaders)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 727, April 10, 1956 (Ramon Barquin conspiracy; Political developments; Cuban-Dominican relations; Compañía Cubana de Aviación)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 420, April 30, 1956 (Dominican-Cuban Relations; Miguel Angel Quevedo; Rolando Masferrer; Leovigildo Pina Jr.; Ulises Sanchez Hinojosa; Felix “El Cojo” Hernandez; Alberto Henriquez; Jose Pardo Llada; Federico Llaverias)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 796, May 8, 1956 (Number of Aircraft Operated by Cuban Air Carriers; Aerovias “Q”; Cuba Aeropostal; Expreso Aero Interamericana; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 800, May 8, 1956 (Goicouria attack; Justo Carillo; Press censorship; Gonzalo Guell; Army changes)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 830, May 17, 1956 (Prio and associates leave; Problem of elections; Cuban-Dominican relations; Time magazine banned; Cubana inaugurates NY flights)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 845, May 24, 1956 (Independence Day weekend quiet; Little reaction to Prio’s exclusion; Candido de la Torre; Juan Amador Rodriguez; Cuban-Dominican relations; Rafael Soler Puig; Jesus de Galindez; Policarpo Soler; Sugar crop)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 878, June 6, 1956 (Prio case creates little stir; Press censorship lifeted; Eusebio Mujal; Election formulas: Cuban-Dominican relations; Candido de la Torre)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 886, June 8, 1956 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 898, June 13, 1956 The IX National Congress of the Confederation of Cuban Workers (CTC).

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 10, July 6, 1956 (Labor Developments–Cuba: January–June 1956)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 28, July 13, 1956 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 83, Aug. 8, 1956 (Gustavo Gutierrez; MDAP shipment; Eufemio Fernandez; Fidel Castro interview by Francis McCarthy; Jesus Gonzalez Cartas; Sugar; Rice; Cuban Air Force training)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 103, Aug. 15, 1956 (Pact between Trujillo, Prio, and insurrectionary lraders; Fidel Castro; Eufemio Fernandez; Policarpo Soler; Aureliano Sanchez Arango; Rolando Masferrer; Tony Varona; FEU; Juan Nuiry; Ortodoxo Party; Jose Pardo Llada; Herminio Portell Vila; Film “Santiago”; Ernest Hemingway; Jose M. Bosch; Graduation of Cuban Naval Academy Midshipmen)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 118, Aug. 22, 1956 (OAS; Gustavo Gutierrez Sanchez; CTC; Eusebio Mujal; Ortodoxo Party; Francisco Carone; Bohemia; Herminio Portell Vila; Film “Santiago”; Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 132, Aug. 28, 1956 (Cuban-Dominican Relations; Rafael Salas Cañizares; Rolando Masferrer; Carlos Prio; Eufemio Fernandez; Fidel Castro; Jesus Fermin Gonzalez Cartas; Ramon Vasconcelos; Alerta)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 93, Aug. 30, 1956 (Dominican-Cuban Relations; Jesus Gonzalez Cartas; Raul Osman Herrera Soler; MacDowell O’Reilly Sherwood; Renaldo Antonio Hernandez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 141, Sept. 5, 1956 (ILO Conference; Cuban-Dominican relations; Agreement FEU-26 July Movement; Fructuoso Rodriguez; Ortodoxos divided; Cay Sal; Film “Santiago”)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 142, Sept. 5, 1956 (Improvements at Rancho Boyeros International Airport)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 152, Sept. 11, 1956 (

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 156, Sept. 12, 1956 (ILO Conference; Cuban-Dominican relations; Fight in TV station; Jose Suarez Nuñez; Salustio Tozo Betancourt; Fructuoso Rodriguez; Leonel Alonso; Eusebio Mujal; Film “Santiago”; Gustavo Gutierrez; Sugar sales)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 163, Sept. 19, 1956 (ILO Conference; Congress opens; Plan for partial elections; Gustavo Gutierrez; Goicouria defendants: Fidel Castro; Sugar figures; Manuel Ugalde Carrilo; Juan Capote Fiallo; Ramon Barquin)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 174, Sept. 24, 1956 (Current Status of Negotiations on Behalf of United States Airlines Operating in Cuba; Air Transport Association)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 177, Sept. 26, 1956 (Plans for insurrection; Army officers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 216, Oct. 9, 1956 (Rumors and predictions of revolutionary attempts; Arms cache discovered; election plans; sugar workers’ congress)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 232, Oct. 17, 1956 (Revolutionary plotting; Autenticos)

Office of Middle American Affairs Memo, Oct. 18, 1956 (Invasion of Cayo Sal (British) by Eleven Young Cubans)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 247, Oct. 24, 1956 (Insurrectionary activities; Cayo Sal; Jose Pardo Llada)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 257, Oct. 30, 1956 (Cuban Civil Aeronautics Commission; Mario Cobas Reyes; Enrique Vallin Freyre de Andrade; V. Matamoros Valle; Nemesio Ledo; Francisco Velasco Guzman; Eduardo Whitehouse Insua; Mario Haedo Triana; Mario Torres Menier)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 260, Oct. 31, 1956 (Antonio Blanco Rico; Haitian Embassy; Inter-American Press Association)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 290, Nov. 14, 1956 (Revolution planned; Antonio Blanco Rico; Haitian Embassy; Sugar; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 304, Nov. 21, 1956 (Dominican colaboration in revolutionary activities; T-33 deliveries)

U.S. Embassy Port Au Prince, Despatch 229, Nov. 23, 1956 (Violation of Premises of Haitian Embassy in Havana, Cuba; Rafael Salas Cañizares; Antonio Blanco Rico; Marcelo Tabernilla)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 316, Nov. 28, 1956 (Revolutionary plotting, Juan Amador Rodriguez, Gustavo Gutierrez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Partial folder, Dec. 5, 1956 (Access restricted)

Department of State Telegram to U.S. Embassy, Havana, Dec. 11, 1956 (Cuban revolutionaries training in Dominican Republic)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 314, Dec. 13, 1956 (Radio Broadcast of Dr. Victor Espinosa Orjojo [Sixto Espinosa Orozco] Attacking President Batista of Cuba

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Telegram 260, Dec. 14, 1956 (Trujillo financing anti-Batista propaganda and assisting diverse Cuban malcontents but U.S. Embassy doubts he is supporting Fidel Castro)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Dec. 20, 1956 (Travel of Cubans to the Dominican Republic; Dominican Naval Maneuvers; Broadcasts by Dr. Victor Espinosa on Voz Dominicana; Role of the Organization of American States; Gen. Manuel de Moya; Jack D. Neal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 287, Dec. 21, 1956 (Dominican assistance to Cuban revolutionaries and gangsters)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 367, Dec. 27, 1956 (Terroristic acts, Fidel Castro, Gustavo Gutierrez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 298, Dec. 28, 1956 (Minister Agriculture Barreto sent Ciudad Trujillo for opening cattle fair; William Pawley; Dominican Ambassador Salazar)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Telegram 275, Dec. 29, 1956 (Manuel de Moya; Herrera Baez; Rolando Masferrer)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 349, Jan. 3, 1957 (Evaluation of Cuban-Dominican Relations; Fidel Castro; Gerald Murphy; Carlos Prio Socarras; Luis Muñoz Marin; Felix Benitez Rexach)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 389, January 3, 1957 (Batista’s Message to the people; Mediation of Cuban Press Bloc; 26 killed in Holguin; Tropicana bomb; Sabotage at Chaparra and Delicias Sugar Mills; Shooting at Nicaro; Cuban-Dominican relations)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 364, Jan. 7, 1957 (Dominican Desire to Improve Relations With Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 413, January 11, 1957 (Cuban-Dominican Relations; Fidel Barreto)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 435, Jan. 24, 1957 (Newspaper publicity on U.S.-Cuba Negotiations on Bilateral Air Treaty; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Mackey Airlines)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 482, February 7, 1957 (U.S.-Cuba Negotiations Under the Bilateral Air Transport Agreement)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 486, February 7, 1957 (Angel Cofiño Replaced By Oscar Salamea as President of Electrical Workers’ Retirement Fund: Eduardo Badell Portuondo)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 509, February 19, 1957 (Labor Briefs for January, 1957)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 604, March 20, 1957 (Presidential Palace attacked; Death of Pelayo Cuervo Navarro; Oppositionist political parties; Jose Pardo Llada; Carlos Marquez Sterling; Cuban Congress convenes; Situation in Oriente province; Censorship and Constitutional guarantees; Telephone workers; Ignacio Gonzalez Tellechea; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 610, March 21, 1957 (Labor Briefs for February, 1957)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 611, March 22, 1957 (Regulations Pursuant to Decree 538 of 1957)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 620, March 27, 1957 (Access restricted)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 630, March 28, 1957 (Two Labor Federations Oppose Decree 538)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 651, April 3, 1957 (Joint Congressional Committee; Terroristic activities; Carlos Prio; Fidel Castro; American youths from Guantanamo base with rebels; Delegations call on Batista; New Cuban TV network; Goar Mestre; Sugar; Conrado Becquer; CTC; Andres Perez-Chaumont; Cuban Navy PBY lost; Cuban candidates for US Naval Academy examined)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 663, April 5, 1957 (Four Brief But Significant Labor Items)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 669, April 9, 1957 (Labor Leaders Visit Batista)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 671, April 10, 1957 (Tributes to Batista; Rafael Guas Inclan; Eusebio Mujal; Maria Gomez Carbonell; Pedro Aloma; David Grillo; Joint Congressional Committee; Ramon Grau; Jose Pardo Llada; Tony Varona; Jose R. Andreu; Rolando Masferrer; Sugar; Rice; Army and Navy new assignments; Martin Diaz Tamayoñ Roberto Comesañas Rodriguez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 678, April 12, 1957 (Labor Briefs for March, 1957)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 692, April 17, 1957 (Constitutional guarantees; Fidel Castro; Pedro Barrera; Joint Congressional Committee; Sugar; Electrical Workers’ Federation intervened)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 503, April 18, 1957 (Jose Lopez Isa designated Cuban Ambassador Dominican Republic)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 703, April 23, 1957 (Number of Aircraft Operated by Cuban Air Carriers; Aerovias “Q”: Cuba Aeropostal; Expreso Aereo Interamericano; Corporacion Aeronautica Antillana; Compañía Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 709, April 24, 1957 (Humbolt 7; Army troops withdrawn from Sierra Maestra; Joint Congressional Committee; Sugar; Labor problem of electrical workers continues)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 733, May 3, 1957 (May First observed by CTC; Esteban Rustan; Javier Bolanos; Jesus Artigas Carbonell; Facundo Pomar Soler; Priciliano Falcon; Jose Perez Gonzalez; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Mexico, Despatch 1089, May 3, 1957 (Report of William Doherty, Jr., of PTTI Representative on Cuban Labor Situation)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 760, May 10, 1957 (Recent Incidents and Developments Re Federation of Telephone Workers)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 548, May 16, 1957 (Cuban Electric Company strike; Angel Cofiño; Amado Maestri; Guillermo Maestri; Vicente Rubiera; Oscar Salamea)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 560, May 22, 1957 (Government military interventor at electric generating plants and substations)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 565, May 24, 1957 (Cofiño may attempt create blackout over weekend to be coordinated with insurrectionary activities “26 of July” Movement)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 807, May 27, 1957 (Labor Briefs for April, 1957)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 577, May 29, 1957 (Cofiño in hiding called off strike; cables dynamited at Suarez Street)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 815, May 29, 1957 (Terroristic activities; Corinthia; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Eusebio Mujal; Fidel Castro; Uvero; Autenticos; Alfredo Hornedo; Radio stations warned; Army requisitions Nicaro property; Sabotage in Sugar Mills; Political infighting at the University of Santa Clara; Modesto Pineda; Strike in electric plants called off by Cofiño; Army reinforcements in Oriente; Navy officers cruise in U.S. ships)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 820, May 31, 1957 (Cofiño Calls Off Strike)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 830, June 5, 1957 (Rebel activity; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Uvero; Terroristic activities; Elections; Tony Varona; Carlos Prio; Unrest in Santiago; Angel Cofiño departs for Geneva; Jose Perez Gonzalez; Ignacio Gonzalez Tellechea)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 831, June 5, 1957 (Labor Chronology re Intervention of the Labor Federation of Electric, Gas and Water Plants; Oscar Salamea Valdes; Angel Cofiño Garcia; Eusebio Mujal; Modesto Barbeito; Guillermo Mestre; Manuel Simpson; Abelardo Iglesias; Jose Suarez Rivas; Ignacio Tellechea Gonzalez; Calixto Sanchez Whyte; Jose Aynat; Francisco Bretean; Manolo Castro; Jose Figarola Infante; Jose Perez Gonzalez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 873, June 19, 1957 (Military operations in Oriente; Terroristic activity; Pedro Barrera; Uvero; Fidel Castro; Congress and elections; Ramon Grau; Bloque Oposicionista Coincidente; Santiago Rey slapped Raul Lorenzo; Comite Conjunto de Instituciones Cubanas call for peace; Cuban newsmen protest curbs; CTC elections for 3 federations)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 12, July 2, 1957 (Government rally in Santiago; Rafael Guas Inclan; Rolando Masferrer; Bomb factory; Raul Chibas; Felipe Pazos Roque; Congress and 1958 elections; Oscar Salamea Valdes; Manuel Ugalde Carrillo; Pedro Rodriguez Coto; Luis M. Montesino; Ramon Barquin; Pedro Rodriguez Avila; Luis Robaina Piedra; Ramon Cruz Vidal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 26, July 10, 1957 (Politics and elections; Tony Varona; Jose R. Andreu; Jose Pardo Llada; Oscar Gans; Roberto Agramonte; Terrorist and rebel activities; Pedro Barrera Perez; Raul Chibas; Felipe Pazos; Fidel Castro; Millo Ochoa; Rafael Guas Inclan; Osvaldo Martinez Antuña; CTC; Jose M. Aguilera; Calixto Fernandez; Orlando Fundora)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 53, July 16, 1957 (Labor Briefs for May and June, 1957)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 58, July 17, 1957 (Politics and elections; Rafael Guas Inclan; Raul Chibas; Fidel Castro; Manuel Bisbe; Rolando Masferrer; Chivirico; Vicente Rubiera; Manuel Gonzalez Guerra; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 74, July 24, 1957 (Preparations for elections; Earl E. T. Smith; Carlos Prio; Terroristic activities continue; Fidel Castro; Raul Chibas; Felipe Pazos; Civic Revolutionary Front; Vicente Rubiera Feito; CTC; Pio Elizalde; Jose Suarez Rivas; Cuban naval officers take short submarine cruise)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 93, July 31, 1957 (Preparations for elections; Tony Varona; Jose Ramon Andreu; Ramon Grau; Millo Ochoa; Jose Pardo Llada; Raul Lorenzo; Pepin Bosch; Goar Mestre; Clemente Inclan; Carlos Prio; Earl E. T. Smith; Insurrectionary activities; 57 Rural schools burned; Rolando Masferrer; Jorge Garcia Montes; Martin Diaz Tamayo; Conrado Becquer Diaz; CTC)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 107, Aug. 7, 1957 (Preparations for elections; Revolutionary opposition attempts general strike; Eusebio Mujal; Rebellious attitude in Oriente province; Frank Pais; Constitutional guarantees suspended; Censorship imposed; Manuel Ugalde Carrillo; Earl E. T. Smith in Santiago; Rolando Masferrer; CTC opposes general strike; Army general staff reorganization)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 128, Aug. 14, 1957 (Access restricted)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 117, Aug. 23, 1957 (Ambassador Smith conversation with Batista and Guell)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 162, Aug. 26, 1957 (Mujal Condemns Terrorism)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 576, Jan. 28, 1958 (Changes in the CTC Executive Committee)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 661, Feb. 1, 1958 (Summary of Operating Progress in Cuba in Relation to Overall U.S. Objectives; Mariano Faget; BRAC; Cuban American Cultural Institute)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 683, Feb. 27, 1958 (Cuban Army Suspends Night Flying Privileges for Private Aircraft)

ARA William P. Snow to Acting Secretary, March 14, 1958 (Order to Stop Shipment of Rifles to Cuban Army)

ARA William P. Snow to Acting Secretary, March 19, 1958 (Sales of Arms to Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 763, March 26, 1958 (Special Report on Civil Aviation Cuba)

Memorandum  to Allen Dulles from deposed Cuban Congressmen, April 14, 1958 (Manuel Antonio de Varona; Lincoln Rodon; Jose Manuel Gutierrez; Manuel Bisbe; Rafael Dominador Perez; Roberto Garcia Ibañez; Bernardo Utset; Segundo Curti; Ruben Alonso; Antonio Acosta Borges; Wifredo Figueras, request that the U.S. withdraw its Military, Naval and Air Force Mission from Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 893, May 2, 1958 (Disruption of Rail Traffic in Eastern Area of Cuba by rebel activity)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 907, May 7, 1958 (Observation of May First by CTC; Plan Nacional Para Fortalecer y Desarrollar la Economia de Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 926, May 13, 1958 (Cancellation of Pilots’ Licences of Cuban Aviators; Miguel J. Enciso; Luis Alvarez Tabio; Sergio Hernandez Perez; Abelardo Domingo Vazquez; Pedro A. Echegoyen; Jorge A. Prellezo; Eusebio Capote; Alberto Semidey Isalgue; Camilo Martinez Vaquero; Rafael Trujillo; Sergio Castellanos Caiñas; Francisco Alvarez Fernandez; Jose R. Villamar Rodriguez; Ramon Alvarez Alonso; Jorge Foyo Alvarez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 101, May 21, 1958 (Agitation Against Americans at Guantanamo and Other Cuban Issues Connected With Nixon Visit; Rolando Masferrer)

Cuban Ambassador letter to U.S. Secretary of State, June 21, 1958 (Compañía Cubana de Aviacion; Expreso Aero Interamericana; Hermanos Verdajuer Boan; Antonio Sanson; Humberto Blanco Miranda; Francisco Alvarez; Jose Reinerio Villamar; Eduardo Hernandez; Julio Leonard; Eulalio Beruvides)

William G. Bowdler, Memorandum, Aug. 7, 1958 (Conversation with Brazilian Ambassador Da Cunha; General Aristides Sosa de Quesada)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 141, Aug. 8, 1958 (Policy Paper on Cuba)

Antonio de Varona letters to Eisenhower Administration, Aug. 18 and 29 and Sept. 6, 1958 (Cuban Revolutionary Civilian Front; Jose Miro Cardona; Jack A. Ossorio)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 207, Oct. 22, 1958 (La Cubana DC3 missing from Cayo Mambi en route Moa Bay)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 398, Oct. 23, 1958 (Cubana abandoned search for missing plane)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 452, Nov. 3, 1958 (Survivor Osiris Martinez indicated at least two others involved in hi-jacking were U.S. citizens)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Ambassador Smith, Terrance G. Leonhardy, Nov. 5, 1958 (Investigation of Cubana Crash and other matters)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 475, Nov. 6, 1958 (Excerpts from testimony of Osiris Martinez, survivor of Cubana airline crash; 26th of July Movement)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Ambassador Smith, Terrance G. Leonhardy, Nov. 6, 1958 (Investigation of Cubana Crash and other matters; Dead hijackers wearing 26th of July Movement armbands; Hijackers: Edmundo Ponce de Leon, Raul Rolando Rodriguez Villegas and Pedro Valdes Orta)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 482, Nov. 7, 1958 (Statement of Jose B. Lacret)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 483, Nov. 7, 1958 (Survivor Osiris Martinez provides additional information; Martinez identified as gunmen the photos of Raul Rolando Rodriguez Villegas, Edmundo Ponce de Leon, Manuel Fernandez Falcon)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 484, Nov. 7, 1958 (Location missing plane still unknown but believed Second Front area)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Nov. 7, 1958 (Investigation of Cubana crash and other matters; Osiris Martinez; Hand grenades thrown at the Cubana arlines office in Miami)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Nov. 7, 1958 (Publicity on Cuban Plane Crash; Osiris Martinez; Edmundo Ponce de Leon)

Department of State, Memorandum of Conversation, Nov. 9, 1958 (Investigation of Cubana crash and other matters; 26 of July Movement)

William D. Moreland, Jr., American Consul General Guayaquil, Despatch 101, Nov. 13, 1958 (Jules Dubois Criticizes Department of State and U.S. Embassy in Habana)

Attorneys Mendes & Mount letter, to the Secretary of State, Dec. 1, 1958 (Representing American International Insurance Company who provided the insurance of the Viscount accident requesting a copy of the written statement by Osiris Martinez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 589, Dec. 4, 1958 (Fire and Riot Losses in Cuba)

William A. Wieland letter to Matthew J. Corrigan, Dec. 22, 1958 (Response to Corrigan’s request of obtaining a copy of the statement by Osiris Martinez)

Attorneys Mendes & Mount letter, to William A. Weiland, Dec. 29, 1958 (Representing American International Insurance Company who provided the insurance of the Viscount accident requesting copies of press releases issued by the Department of State)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Despatch 242, Dec. 30, 1958 (Invasion of Dominican Republic)

Department of State Telegram to U.S. Embassy Havana, Jan. 2, 1959 (Marco Antonio Hirigoyen; Angel Cofiño; Vicente Rubiera; Jesus Artigas Carbonell; Ignacio Gonzalez Tellechea; Eusebio Mujal)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 820, Jan. 13, 1959 (Rebel damage to railways in Oriente, Camaguey, and Las Villas $2.5 million)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 840, Jan. 16, 1959 (Fidel Castro statement that U.S. intervention would be followed by “200,000 gringoes dead”)

Department of State Memorandum of conversation, Prof. Robert Alexander, William Weiland, Mr. Stephansky, Jan. 17, 1959 (

Park Wollam, U.S. Consulate Santiago, letter, to Edward Little, Department of State, Jan. 19, 1959 (Anti-American feeling in Oriente; Many Cubans have always had an inferiority complex with respect to the United States; Jorge Bez Chabebe; Last arms shipment October 1957 except for the unfortunate rocket head replacement; prohibiting the sale of combat equipment to Batista was the first time in history done to a friendly nation; find some way to return Rolando Masferrer)

U.S. Embassy Bogota, Despatch 488, January 22, 1959 (Cartoon on Ambassador Bonsal’s Appointment to Cuba; Peter Aldor)

William A. Wieland letter to Matthew J. Corrigan, Jan. 27, 1959 (Response to Corrigan’s request for copies of unclassified documents relating to the accident of a Viscount aircraft of Cubana de Aviacion)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 937, Feb. 20, 1959 (Reorganization of Compañia Cubana de Aviacion; Genaro Hermida; Oscar Bustillo; Juan Palli; Ignacio Martinez Ybor)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1000, Feb. 20, 1959 (Cuban request for freezing accounts in American banks of Cuban political refugees suspected of absconding with Government funds; Jose Eduardo Rodriguez Calderon)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 999, March 11, 1959 (New Officials Assume Control of Compañia Cubana de Aviacion; Genaro T. Hermida; Santiago Riera; Leslie Nobregas; Miguel Oyarzum; Orlando Alvarez Barquin; Oscar Bustillo; Raul Villasuso; Dr. Carlos M. D’Espaux; Dr. Antonio Goicoechea; Dr. Miguel Amezaga; Ignacio Calderin; Joaquin Farnos)

Department of State to U.S. Embassy Taipei, Airgram G-95, March 13, 1959 (Faure Chomont, Directorio Revolucionario)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Airgram G-102, March 17, 1959 (All Cuban airlines merged into one enterprise)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1086, March 26, 1959 (Views of an American Businessman on Cuban Situation; Joseph M. Elias; Pan American Standard Brands; the revolutionary movement itself is a Russian offensive)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1128, April 1, 1959 (Porfirio Rubirosa, Raul Castro, Expedition against Dominican Republic)

Memorandum from Robert A. Stevenson to U.S. Embassy Havana, April 1, 1959 (Dr. Emilio Pando Machado; Armando Lora)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Confidential Memorandum of Conversation, April 6, 1959 (Philip Bonsal, Daniel M. Braddock, Jose Pardo Llada, Dr. Napoleon Padilla)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1127, April 7, 1959 (Ambassador Bonsal conversation with Minister of State Roberto Agramonte; Jose Figueres; Fidel Castro and Communism; Alan Robert Nye; Rolando Masferrer)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1213, April 16, 1959 (Aerovias Q hijacked from Havana to Miami)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Telegram 407, April 24, 1959 (Dominican Foreign Minister asks U.S. to suggest to Castro adopt moderation for his “scurrilous” attacks upon Dominican Republic and Generalissimo Trujillo)

Frank J. Devine, Department of State, Letter to Roy Rubottom, U.S. Embassy, Buenos Aires, April 29, 1959 (Rough draft of summary of conversation between Vice President Nixon and Fidel Castro)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1271, May 8, 1959 (Ambassador Bonsal’s call on President Urrutia)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1274, May 11, 1959 (Evidences of Anti-American Bias Within Present Cuban Regime; Loren Eugene Hall; Nicaragua invasion; Frank Fiorini; Jack Shea; Rex Sunderland; Fermin de Soto)

Draft White Paper on Cuba, Official Use Only, May 12, 1959

U.S. Embassy Cairo, Telegram 3415, May 17, 1959 (Jorge Ricardo Masetti; Prensa Latina; Gamal Nasser; Castro has followed Egyptian revolution with great interest and admiration and that he has in mind doing in Latin America what Nasser has done in the Middle East. Originally Castro had thought of being cooperative with the Soviets)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1519, June 6, 1959 (Ambassador Bonsal meeting with Roberto Agramonte; Fidel Castro avoiding Bonsal’s request for meeting; Camilo Cienfuegos; Barbudos baseball team)

Memorandum of Roy Rubottom to Acting Secretary of State, June 9, 1959 (Reply to Fidel Castro’s Telegram of June 5, offering to sell U.S. eight million tons of sugar in 1961 at 4 cents per pound)

U.S. Embassy Managua, Telegram 409, June 20, 1959 (Nicaragua believes that U.S. neutrality has abandoned them to destructive attacks of unfriendly foreign governments)

Department of State to U.S. Embassies in American Republics, Telegram 2540, June 21, 1959 (Cuban efforts to overthrow Dominican and Nicaraguan Governments and Dominican attempt to launch counter-revolution in Cuba)

Department of State to U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 2546, June 21, 1959 (William Weiland conversation with Raul Roa on expeditions against Nicaragua and Dominican Republic)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1602, June 22, 1959 (Ambassador Bonsal meeting with Under Secretary Aguero regarding invasion of Dominican Republic)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1611, June 24, 1959 (Chief of Staff Cuban Revolutionary Navy denied assistance to two vessels which brought invading force to Dominican Republic)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Telegram 523, June 25, 1959 (Cuban Government training 1500 men for Cuban invasion; Raul Castro; Manuel Piñeiro)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1639, June 24, 1959 (Under Secretary Aguero has no idea where expeditions against Dominican Republic came from; Armando Hart)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1641, June 26, 1959 (Four reasons for Cuba breaking relations with Dominican Republic)

Ernesto Dihigo letter to U.S. Embassy Havana, June 27, 1959 (Cuba breaks diplomatic relations with Dominican Republic)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Telegram 530, June 27, 1959 (Trujillo informs U.S. Embassy that he will not permit or sanction attack on Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1649, June 29, 1959 (Cuba breaks diplomatic relations with Dominican Republic)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 1460, June 29, 1959 (Text of Cuban Note Severing Diplomstic Relations With the Dominican Republic; Juan Jose Diaz del Real)

Department of State telegram to U.S. Embassies Port Au Prince and Ciudad Trujillo, June 30, 1959 (Report that training of troops for reenforcement rebels in Dominican Republic continuing. Increased activity within Haitian exile circles pointing toward invasion attempt)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Telegram 538, June 30, 1959 (Reasons for Trujillo’s sudden reversal his acknowledged policy position)

Memorandum of G. Lewis Schmidt, USIA, to Roy R. Rubottom, July 6, 1959 (U.S. Policy Toward Cuba; revolutionary expeditions; Mr. Salvatierra; Mr. Hill)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 71, July 15, 1959 (Exchange of Charges and Counter-Charges of Mismanagement of the Financial Affairs of Compañia Cubana de Aviacion; Jose Lopez Vilaboy; Genaro T. Hermida; Calixto Sanchez)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 128, July 15, 1959 (Inflamatory Anti-American Editorials Appear in Revolucion; Carlos Franqui; Pedro Diaz Lanz)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 213, July 23, 1959 (Raul Roa expressed strongly anti-Communist views; denied recent expeditions against Dominican Republic; Armando Hart; Nearly one thousand people arrested)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 164, July 31, 1959 (Ernesto “Che” Guevara Accuses United States of Agression Against Cuba; Indonesia; Pedro Diaz Lanz)

U.S. Embassy Ciudad Trujillo, Telegram 81, Aug. 6, 1959 (Delio Gomez Ochoa told Embassy officers David Chervony killed while participating in invasion and Daniel Chervony was left behind in Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 354, Aug. 10, 1959 (Fidel Castro delays interview with Ambassador Bonzal; Raul Roa)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 390, Aug. 12, 1959 (Ernesto Guevara)

Letter from John C. Dreier (OAS) to William G. Bowdler, U.S. Embassy Havana, Sept. 17, 1959 (Levi Marrero; Raul Roa)

Department of State Memorandum of conversation, Ambassador Bonsal, Roy R. Rubottom, William A. Wieland, J. C. Hill, R. A. Stevenson, R. B. Owen, Sept. 18, 1959 (Our Future Relations with Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 774, Oct. 6, 1959 (Raul Roa; Dominican, Nicaraguan, Panamanian revolutionatries; William Morgan; Felipe Pazos; Regino Boti Leon)

Memorandum from Robert A. Stevenson to Roy Rubottom, Oct. 7, 1959 (Roy Rubottom visit with Ambassador Ernesto Dihigo; Cubana plane hijacking; Shipment of arms from Miami to the enemies of the Castro administration)

U.S. Embassy Buenos Aires, Telegram 599, Oct. 8, 1959 (Ambassador Willard Beulac; President Eisenhower; Emilio Nuñez Portuondo; Russian and Chinese Communists active in Cuba; A Communist missile launching center being built in Cuba; Che Guevara)

Department of State Memorandum from Gerald W. Russell to Warde M. Cameron, Oct. 7, 1959 (Request from Senator Kefauver for certain documents relating to the crash of the Cubana plane in Oriente Province of Cuba; Osiris Martinez)

Assistant Secretary of State William B. Macomber, Jr. to Senator Wstes Kefauver, Oct. 16, 1959 (The U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board did not investigate the hijacked Viscount accident because “the aircraft was of Cuban registry and the accident supposedly ocurred in Cuba)

Department of State, Robert H. Miller to Mr. Kilduff, Oct. 22, 1959 (Cuban Activities in Miami; George H. Salley)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1043, Nov. 6, 1959 (Re-examination U.S. policy toward Cuba; “Our bitter enemies Raul Castro and Che Guevara”)

U.S. Embassy Havana, John L. Topping to Richard B. Owen, Nov. 6, 1959 (Ernesto de la Fe; Linc White)

U.S. Embassy Tokyo, Despatch 559, Nov. 16, 1959 (Expression of Interest by Cuban Ambassador in Japan in Improving Relations Between Cuba and the United States; Dr. Mario Alzugaray y Ramos Izguiero; Nihil Ramirez; Andrew B. Wardlaw)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 733, Nov. 16, 1959 (Conversation with Minister of State Raul Roa; U.S. assistance in search for Camilo Cienfuegos; Senator Frank Carlson; Chester Davis; Jack Everhart; Waldo Medina)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1122, Nov. 16, 1959 (Policy points from Ambassador Bonsal; Seven expeditions (one to Panama, two to Nicaragua, three to Dominican Republic and one to Haiti) which have originated since January 1 from Cuba)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Telegram 1124, Nov. 16, 1959 (Three suggestions from Ambassador Bonsal for the State Department’s consideration; 1. Stimulate tourist trade; 2. Extradition procedure of “war criminals”; 3. A statement denying any intent to propose to congress that quotas be used in the case of Cuba; Rolando Masferrer; Esteban Ventura; Julio Laurent)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 743, Nov. 17, 1959 (Anti-American Book to be Used as Textbook in Cuban Schools; George A. Rylance; Antonio Nuñez Jimenez; Daniel M. Braddock)

U.S. Embassy Havana, Despatch 789, Nov. 27, 1959 (Suggested Operations Plan for Cuba)

Responsibility for Allowing Communism to Take Over Cuba (1964) (U.S. Policy Toward Cuba and Cuban Exiles)

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8 03 2015
Jesus Angulo

La geopolítica, la incapacidad política del cubano durante toda esa época,la envidia y la corrupción, impidieron que los buenos cubanos que habían hecho de Cuba un país maravilloso en lo económico y social supieran separarse del ombligo sin pelearse con la madre geopolítica, e ignorar las falsas promesas de un megalómano desquiciado que al cortar el ombligo radicalmente nos colocó en el infierno del comunismo soviético y sus satélites dentro y fuera de Rusia.

24 09 2016
Dr. Antonio de la Cova

Esta documentación fue recopilada por el Dr. Antonio de la Cova y colocada en su sitio en la red en http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/us-cuba.htm
Fue apropiada sin pedir permiso.

28 09 2016
cubanuestraeu

Estimado doctor, como podía ver al inicio colocamos información sobre la página donde aparecen originalmente los documentos , los cuales siendo de carácter estatal y desclasificados, no le pertenecen a nadie. Si vale agradecer el que los haya compilado, aunque eso no le convierte a usted ni en autor, ni en dueño del material.

28 09 2016
Dr. Antonio de la Cova

Con todo respeto, es evidente que no conoce las leyes federales que aplican al Internet. Esos documentos sí son mi propiedad personal porque tuve que costear mi viaje al Archivo Nacional en Washington, D.C., le dediqué mi tiempo a buscarlos, leerlos, y seleccionarlos, pagar por las copias 50 centavos por página de lo cual tengo recibo del gobierno, y después dedicarle tiempo a pasarlas por PhotoShop y colocarlas en la red.
El año pasado, el profesor Alfred Lopez de Purdue University me robó dos imágenes del Internet para su libro que decía eran documentos públicos por se de carácter gubernamental. Cuando me quejé a su editorial de la Universidad de Texas, citando las leyes sobre propiedad en el Internet, la editorial me pagó $200 por cada imagen. El iracundo López, cuyos íntimos amigos han sido públicamente acusados de ser agentes castristas, me acusó de difamarlo y consiguió que un abogado me enviara una carta amenazando con llevarme a los tribunales. Después de mi respuesta, donde dejé a los dos sin plumas y cacareando, jamás me volvieron a molestar. Aquí está toda la correspondencia relacionada al caso, con el facsímil del cheque que me pagaron.
http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/academic/Alfred_Lopez_plagiarism.pdf
Si estos documentos aparecieran en una página digital del gobierno o una entidad pública, entonces si fueran de dominio público. Sin embargo, según todo lo expuesto aquí y en el enlace de la carta, además de ser una página digital por la cual pago su uso anualmente, son documentos de mi propiedad.
Solo le pido que abajo del titular de tres líneas ponga: Documentos tomados de la página digital del Dr. Antonio de la Cova, http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/us-cuba.htm

12 10 2016
cubanuestraeu

Por supuesto doctor, agregaremos la información sobre la propiedad de la página y gracias por su esfuerzo.

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