Fidel Castro

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He immediately became involved and studied politics. He was not a fan of the United States and how Americans used Cuba basically as their own backyard. After Batista took control of Cuba as the de facto leader, Castro abandoned his law practice and formed an underground formation of supporters. They all began planning the overthrow of Batista...
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They all began planning the overthrow of Batista. They began to gather weapons and were planning an assault on Batista's largest garrison outside of Santiago de Cuba. They attacked Moncada barracks on July 26, 1953. C. Rising to Power a. On January 8, 1959, Castro's army strolled victoriously through Havana...
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