Babalú memories over the years

Babalú turns 20 today. We go back into the archives and revisit some conversations we’ve had with Babalú writers over the years.

We spoke with Carlos Eire back in 2011 about his life and book. Carlos is a professor at Yale, a member of the “Peter Pan children” who came to the US in the early 1960s, and author of “Learning to Die in Miami: Confessions of a Refugee Boy.” His previous book is “Waiting for snow in Havana.”

We spoke with Humberto Fontova, Cuban-American leader and author of “Che” plus a few other books…we recorded this show in 2011 for the 50th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs invasion.

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A chat with author Victor Triay about the 1952 ’10 de Marzo’ coup in Cuba

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On March 10, 1952, according to Cuba 1952-1959, Fulgencio Batista led a group of disaffected military officers and a handful of political activists to overthrow President Carlos Prío Socarrás [1948-1952].

Click the link below to hear our chat about “10 de Marzo” with Victor Triay, author: