20 Pictures That Reveals The life in Cuba before Fidel Castro

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There was a revolution held in Cuba named The Cuban Revolution. It was an armed revolt, conducted by Fidel Castro. Before Castro’s revolution, Cuba was one of the most advanced and successful countries around the world. After the revolution there were many changes and today we are offering you some pictures before the revolution and you need to decide, the life before Fidel Castro was good or after the revolution, it demands better?

Some people can come in an argument by saying yes and some will say no. We think these pictures will make you easy to make decisions at this time. So, let’s have a deep look at some special photos of life in Cuba before Fidel Castro.

20 Picture Of Cuba Before Fidel Castro

1. It’s Coffee Time

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Cuban President Fulgencio Batista is having a coffee with his wife. How interesting the president’s life in Cuba before Fidel Castro.

2. No Discrimination

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Some paralyzed boys are there to having a race in a big garden.

3. Traveling

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Checking the tickets of the passengers, 1948.

4. Miss Cuba

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Miss Cuba was a fashion show held regularly till 1967.

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5. Looking at the project

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Former US President Dwight D. Eisenhower was talking with someone.

6. Coca-Cola Headed

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Coca-cola was sold back then in Cuba. This picture shows Coca-Cola leaders’ life in Cuba before Fidel Castro.

7. Before the fight

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Before a war, the former Cuban military officers were talking.

8. High-Class Society

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Peoples back then in Cuba raised as high facilities included education.

9. Classic LifeStyle

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A High-Profiled woman was trying to ride Triumph 1000cc in 1943.

10. Freedom

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You could move freely even in Governmental places.

11. Exposure

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A true exposure for women was there back then Cuba in 1939.

12. Street Shows

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Street shows were held to recreate the rich families. The photo was taken in 1912.

13. Che’s Exploration

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Che Guevara was looking for a mechanical Injector in 1950.

14. World War Effects

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After world-war there was no such big explosion was held in Cuba.

15. Business

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Havana port Cuba, Back in the 1800s. You might also like life in Cuba before Fidel Castro, here the oldest lifestyle of them.

16. Sports

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Cuba Football Team played in Quarter-Finals in FIFA in 1938.

17. Transportation

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Beautiful roads on Havana in 1912.

18. Speech Independence

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A marine is talking with her wife before leaving for the sea in 1948. This great Speech Independence picture shows a stylish life in Cuba before Fidel Castro.

19. Heritage Places

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The city Havana had too many places felt heaven back on those days.

20. Women Culture

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Women could participate in every single ceremony with men in 1913

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I obtained a Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science and currently works as a writer, instructor and independent speaker on topics ranging from the history of medicine to the ethics of future technology. I created and executed the Reilly Top 20 List of Emerging Ethical Dilemmas and Policy Issues in Science and Technology, which has more than a quarter of a million readers worldwide. My work has appeared in international news and commerce markets, and I am currently working on my first book on the public's perceptions of future technology. I have held positions of public dissemination in higher education and I worked as Managing Editor of the journal Studies of History and Philosophy of Science. I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in ethics of science and technology, medical history, science communication, and research ethics.

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