CASTRO'S SECRETS

CASTRO'S SECRETS. CUBAN INTELLIGENCE, THE CIA, AND THE ASSASSINATION OF JOHN F. KENNEDY

Editorial:
PALGRAVE MACMILLAN
Materia
Historia y Geografía
ISBN:
978-1-137-27841-8
Disponibilidad:
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Castro’s Secrets begins like a slow murder mystery then builds damning fact after damning fact into a conclusive, ground-
breaking portrait, based on firsthand sources, of how the Cuban strongman—...

Published to glowing reviews, this riveting narrative takes us back to when the Cuban Revolution was young and offers a new and surprising look at Fidel Castro. Drawing on interviews with high­level defectors from Cuban intelligence, Cuba expert Brian Latell creates a vivid narrative that chronicles Castro's crimes from his university days through nearly 50 years in power. As Cuba's supreme spymaster Fidel built up an intelligence system that became one of best and most aggressive anywhere. Latell argues that the CIA grossly underestimated the Cubans' extraordinary abilities to run moles and double agents and to penetrate the highest levels of American institutions. He reveals new details about the CIA's most deplorable plots against Cuba and shocking new findings about what Fidel actually knew of Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

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