By Carmen Rodríguez As simple as his own name by which everyone knew him, was the life of Eliodoro Rodríguez Linares, a peasant murdered in San Ambrosio, alongside the voluntary teacher Conrado Benítez. Unreleased testimonies ever before reveal some details of his death.
By Pastor Guzmán Castro Murderous gangs sheltered by the empire seized the lives of six young people, members of a crew of topographical studies that was setting conditions for the forthcoming construction of Zaza reservoir.
By Pastor Guzmán Castro The “adventures” of four cousins, all militiamen, whose first or second names are Villalobos go far beyond the fantasies of the popular Spanish language radio program from the 1950’s. Fomento-born Angel D. Torrado Villalobos, directly participant of the LCB in Cuba, proves so.
By Katia Monteagudo Back in the Escambray cordillera, Mario Rodríguez Valero, a brave man who taught peasants and hunted paramilitary bandits as well, recalls his old, but vivid memories.
By Pastor Guzmán Bandit chief Julio Emilio Carretero forced the entire Romero Rojas family to write with their own hands “These people were crashed by the cart wheels” after being massacred in their own household.
By Arelis García Today, as the U.S administration self-proclaims as true spearhead of a crusade against the world-wide terrorism, it shadows the crimes committed by counterrevolutionary bands, encouraged by the White House itself since early of the Cuban Revolution. Worthless wound up its attempts to blow up the Literacy Campaign, initiated on 1961, which achieved […]