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Havana: Printing Office of the Cuban State Council, 1999. Paperback. 118p., softbound in 8x5 inch blue wraps printed white; a very nice clean copy. Compares Cuban preparedness vis a vis the US, with Soviet (pointedly, Stalin's) lack of same when confronted with 3,000,000 German troops massed on Soviet borders and...
Habana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1975. 30p., 4.25x7 inches, b&w centerfold photo, color cover photo of Castro, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. A speech delivered at the closing session of the III Ministerial Meeting of the Coordinating Bureau of the Non-Aligned Countries. Ediciones Politícas.
Habana: La Secretaria de Propaganda de la Confederacion de Trabajadores de Cuba, 1960. 39p., 5.75x8.5 inches, text in Spanish, introductory statements, the speech, stain at edges, wrinkled pages, toning, pamphlet in stapled wraps displaying a color collage (unusually fancy decoration for a Castro speech) Folleto no. 6 de Adoctrinamiento Sindico-Revolucionario.
La Habana: Imprenta Nacional de Cuba, no date . Pamphlet. 37p., coated paperstock throughout, pamphlet in 9x6 inch flag-decorated wraps. Cover a bit rubbed and edgeworn; within, find that staples have a touch of rust, and that a dozen or so phrases in the text have been bracketed in ink...
New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1965. 14p., closely-printed double-column, staplebound 8.5 x 5.5 inch wraps, black background and white lettering, as if chalked upon a blackboard. Second printing of the first English-language translation. Paperstock toned. One of a number of pamphlet titles obtained from the Socialist Workers Party by Lee Harvey...
[Cuba]: no place, n.d. 27p., 5.75x8.75 inches very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover depicts drawing of Mary holding the body of Jesus removed from the cross, alongside small B&W photos of the explosion, crowds at the memorial service, and Castro speaking. "Translation of an address by Dr. Fidel.....
Havana: Editorial Obre, 1981. 107p., hardcover with dj bearing photomontage of Fidel speaking to crowd. Owner's address on back of flyleaf. On the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, described by critics as an internal social control network but celebrated here by Castro as the front line of revolutionary defense.