1933 Cuban Revolution

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Major Arsenio Ortiz (center), was pardoned by Congress for 44 murders committed while
      police chief of Oriente. Machado then promoted him to police chief in Havana and director
of counter-terrorism after the murder of Senator Clemente Vazquez Bello.
Gen. Julio Sanguily Echarte

 


 
 
Mob sacks the Heraldo de Cuba newspaper
Mob sacks the Heraldo de Cuba government newspaper.

 
 
 Armed University of Havana students.
Student rally at the University of Havana.

Cuba 1933 (Bohemia).
ABC. Cuba y el ABC (1977)
Memorias del magistrado Alberto Carlos Segrera Gomez (Nov. 15, 1907-Nov. 6, 1983) quin con su esposa Candida "Dora" Salvadora Miranda (Julio 5, 1902-Oct. 19, 1988) fueron combatientes clandestinos del ABC

Political Prisoners
U.S. State Department Dispatches 1933
U.S. State Department Dispatches 1934
Cronon, E. David. Interpreting the New Good Neighbor Policy: The Cuban Crisis of 1933, The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 39, No. 4. (Nov., 1959), pp. 538-567.
Benjamin, Jules R. The Machadato and Cuban Nationalism, 1928-1932 The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 55, No. 1. (Feb., 1975), pp. 66-91.
Adam Silva, Ricardo. Consecuencias de un golpe militar. El Miami Herald, Sept. 16, 1982