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"This is an accessible and well researched account by Gott."-Richard Lapper, Financial Times "Written with verve and scholarship, Cuba: A New History isthe best history yet of this beautiful West Indian Island."-Ian Thomson, Saturday Telegraph "Richard Gott's invaluable Cuba: A New History dispelsmany convenient myths."-Adam Feinstein, The Guardian "An excellent addition to Hugh Thomas's classic Cuba and other more recent histories, this book is highly recommended for public and academic libraries."-Library Journal "Gott achieves the almost impossible feat of a measured, if appreciative, portrait of Cuba's leaders."-Alistair Hennessy, The New Left Review "It is the distilled thought of one who has studied the island's history and closely followed the career of Castro, its leader since 1959."-Hugh O' Shaughnessy, BBC History Magazine Chosen as an "Outstanding" academic title in 2006 by Choice MagazineReseña del editor:
Events in Fidel Castro's island nation often command international attention and just as often inspire controversy. Impassioned debate over situations as diverse as the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Elian Gonzales affair is characteristic not only of modern times but of centuries of Cuban history. In this concise and up-to-date book, British journalist Richard Gott casts a fresh eye on the history of the Caribbean island from its pre-Columbian origins to the present day. He provides a European perspective on a country that is perhaps too frequently seen solely from the American point of view. The author emphasizes such little-known aspects of Cuba's history as its tradition of racism and violence, its black rebellions, the survival of its Indian peoples, and the lasting influence of Spain. The book also offers an original look at aspects of the Revolution, including Castro's relationship with the Soviet Union, military exploits in Africa, and his attempts to promote revolution in Latin America and among American blacks. In a concluding section, Gott tells the extraordinary story of the Revolution's survival in the post-Soviet years.
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Buchbeschreibung YALE UNIV PR Nov 2005, 2005. Taschenbuch. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - In this acute and profoundly engaged exploration of Cuban history, British journalist Richard Gott illuminates the island's entire revolutionary past, from pre-Columbian times to the present. He emphasizes little-known aspects of Cuba's early centuries and provides an extraordinary account of Castro's regime, its lonely survival in the post-Soviet years, and its expected future. 'Gott is always an interesting, well-informed, and engaging writer.''--Foreign Affairs 'Written with verve and scholarship, . . . the best history [of Cuba] yet.'--Ian Thomson, 'Saturday Telegraph 'Gott's invaluable [book] dispels many convenient myths.'--Adam Feinstein, 'Guardian 'Accessible and well researched.'--Richard Lapper, 'Financial Times 'Told with simplicity and a fresh synthesis. . . . A wonderful account combining powerful journalistic skills and insightful scholarship.'--Eliseo Cardona, 'South Florida Sun-Sentinel 'Highly recommended.''--Library Journal 384 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780300111149