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Operation Pedro Pan: The Untold Exodus of 14,048 Cuban Children

3.93  ·  Rating Details ·  29 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published September 28th 2000 by Routledge (first published April 1999)
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La Mala  ✌
No sé desde que punto de vista estará escrito este libro (aunque las palabras "dictadura" y "éxodo" me hacen sospechar) pero acabo de ver el documental Operación Peter Pan de Estela Bravo y no he parado de llorar.

Esta parte de la historia, debe ser de las atrocidades más siniestras cometidas por los yanquis. Todo lo que temían esos pobres padres que iba a hacer la revolución cubana, fue al final lo que precisamente les hicieron los estadounidenses a ellos.

Que historia tan triste.

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Ashton Morlote
Mar 28, 2016 Ashton Morlote rated it it was amazing
This book is not the best in terms of presenting the material/writing.

However, my dad is Cuban. I am half Cuban half Dominican. I was born in America but have grown up hearing about these other countries (and visiting DR; never Cuba) I love America but always want to find out more about the countries that are in my blood.

This book brought up a lot of questions in myself and brought to light a lot of things I want go after.

Thanks.
Robin Fichtelberg
After reading The Red Umbrella, I wanted to learn more about the Cuban children who came to the US in the early 1960s. The Red Umbrella told a much happier story than what was described in this book. Some horrible things happened to some of these kids. Nonfiction, not the best written, but interesting for a historical perspective. Gave more background on Cuba, the rise of Castro, and the early part of his rule.
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