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Dulces guerreros cubanos

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Paperback, 471 pages
Published July 23rd 2017 by Independently published
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El arresto, juicio y fusilamiento en Cuba en 1989 del general de División Arnaldo Ochoa Sánchez, el militar más distinguido de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias, héroe de la República condecorado por Fidel Castro, y ex comandante de las fuerzas cubanas en Angola y el Ogadén, fue un shock que parecía señalar una profunda cisma en el gobierno de la isla. Al final de su juicio por tribunal militar, televisado durante un mes en Cuba, Ochoa y el coronel Antonio de la Guardia, el capitán Jorge Martí ...more
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Journalist, award-winning fiction author, and former member of the Cuban revolution, Norberto Fuentes has written ten books, including Hemingway in Cuba. His work has been praised by writers such as Italo Calvino, William Kennedy, and Gabriel García Márquez. He left Cuba in 1994 and now lives in exile in Florida.