|Statement||By John Martino in collaboration with Nathaniel Weyl.|
|Contributions||Weyl, Nathaniel, 1910-|
|LC Classifications||F1788 .M28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||63018458|
"I Was Castro's Prisoner" is a historically significant book that in was a media sensation in conservative political circles. Author John Martino presented first-hand personal experience to virtually all the evils that had come with the Castro revolution.2/5(2). I also have no respect for those who like and romanticize Castro. This was an extremely difficult read. The author refused to support Castro and because of that, he was a prisoner under dreadfully harsh and gruesome conditions. Reading about what those prisoners went through was heartbreaking to say the least/5(67). Rent or Buy I Was Castro's Prisoner - by Martino, John for as low as $ at Voted #1 site for Buying : Martino, John. The whole prison was agog with the news that Morgan and Carreras were actually going to stand trial. Not even the most zealous of the young Rebels believed that Fidel Castro would shoot these two men, who had played such a big role in the Cuban Revolution and who were so popular with the people and the armed forces.
At the beginning of his book, the author of ''Against All Hope: The Prison Memoirs of Armando Valladares'' was a young employee of the Postal Savings Bank of Cuba's new revolutionary government. His misfortune was to be a man with outspoken opinions. He openly expressed his philosophical opposition to. In a small room adjacent to the classroom, these inmates were being taught the basics of Windows on desktops. The second jail visited, the Western Women's Prison, held the showcase maternity block where iron bar cell doors are never shut and reporters, photographs and cameramen were given the freest rein of the tour. Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (American Spanish: [fiˈðel aleˈxandɾo ˈkastɾo ˈrus]; 13 August – 25 November ) was a Cuban communist revolutionary politician, a Marxist–Leninist and Cuban nationalist. Castro governed the Republic of Cuba as First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba from until , Prime Minister from to and then as President Awards: Nishan-e-Pakistan, The Ariel Castro kidnappings took place between and , when Ariel Castro kidnapped Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Georgina "Gina" DeJesus and held them captive in his home in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, United three girls were imprisoned until May 6, , when Berry escaped with her six-year-old daughter, to whom she had given Location: Seymour Avenue, .
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Martino, John. I was Castro's prisoner. New York, Devin-Adair Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Cuba: Fidel Castro’s Record of Repression. Misguided US Embargo Provided Pretext for Abuse. (Washington, DC) – During his nearly five decades of rule in Cuba, Fidel Castro built a repressive system that punished virtually all forms of dissent, a dark legacy that lives on even after his death. Fidel Castro. Fourteen Years in Castro's Prisons. By Steven Emerson his incarceration by the Cuban regime and the barbarity of the prison conditions he and other prisoners held on political charges were. The Castropedia: Fidel's Cuba in facts and figures. The beard, the cigars, the fatigues, the interminable speeches - not to mention the plucky defiance in the face of the big bad bully from just across the water. There's so much about Fidel Castro that we're going to miss when he's gone, and that moment, it seems, is not far off.