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A look back on the Escambray interview

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Silvio Canto and I co-hosted this interview awhile ago with Enrique Encinosa on the Escambray revolt against the Castro regime. Humberto Fontova joined us and the rest is history:

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2 comments to A look back on the Escambray interview

  • Enrique's "Unvanquised" is a must read. In fact it should be required reading for every high school student in this country. It sits on my desk for easy reference, and as a reminder of the of the sacrifice and inspiring heart breaking heroism of so many Cubans. Thanks for posting this Jose.

  • ranavy33

    It's a great book about an important part of Cuban history. Raul Garcia's father is interviewed in the book. (Raul is the author of the blog "Pedazos de la isla.")