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Trauma. Themes. Personal (Fidel Castro) Movement (26th of July Movement) Cuba. Personal - Childhood. “3 acts of rebellion” 1st: against abuse of teacher (“starvation” & order) 2nd: vice-principal (Brother Bernado) 3rd: parents (right to go to school). Personal - Cayo Confites.

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Trauma

Trauma


Themes

Themes

  • Personal (Fidel Castro)

  • Movement (26th of July Movement)

  • Cuba


Personal childhood

Personal - Childhood

  • “3 acts of rebellion”

  • 1st: against abuse of teacher (“starvation” & order)

  • 2nd: vice-principal (Brother Bernado)

  • 3rd: parents (right to go to school)


Personal cayo confites

Personal - Cayo Confites

  • Cayo Confites

  • Invasion of Dominician Republic

  • Overthrow dictator - Rafael L Trujillo

  • July 1947 - aged 21

  • FAILED ‘revolution’


Personal eduardo chibas

Personal - Eduardo Chibas

  • Suicide - August 1951

  • Founder of Orthodox Cuban People’s Party

  • Popular leader

  • Radio show host

  • Denounced Batista (corruption)


Movement

Movement

  • 26th July 1953

  • Failed attack on Moncada military barracks in Santiago de Cuba

  • 5 killed in combat.

  • 56 later murdered.


Trauma

Cuba

  • 1930

  • 1940

  • 1950


1930 s

1930’s

  • General strike in 1933

    • Cuban army leaders demand changes

  • Batista overthrew Machado Government

    • “revolt of the sergeants”

      • RamónGrau, was made president

      • FulgencioBatista became the Army Chief of Staff

        • Batista in charge behind the scenes

  • Wall Street crashes

    • General strike 1935

  • 1939

    • Batista elected as President.


1940 s

1940’s

  • Batista

    • Declares war on Axis Power (1941)

    • Recognized by USSR (1943)

  • 1944 - 48

    • Batista

      • Wants to consolidate his power in the office

        • Voluntarily exiles himself to the Dominican Republic

      • Gives power to Grau and Autenticos

      • Grau’s government a disappointment

        • Havana becomes a popular place for

          • Gambling

          • Prostitution

          • Mafia

          • U.S terrorists

    • Elections (1948)

      • Prio against Senate Eduardo

        • Prio is elected

        • Economy of Cuba grows


1950 s

1950’s

  • Cuba starts to disintegrate

    • University of Havana students riot

      • They arm themselves

      • Fidel Castro emerges

    • Corruption of Cuba grows

      • Batista elected into senate

        • Batista’s returns

        • Tries to run for president in 1948

          • Batista see’s polls of presidential election

          • Batista stages a coup

            • Overthrows Prio

      • Batista’s ruling style turns into dictatorship

        • Press muzzled

        • University closed

        • Military dictatorship declared


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