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The Cuban Revolution: Roots, Repercussions, Resistance: Welcome

Guide on Yale resources for the study of the Cuban Revolution



Fidel Castro in New Haven.  Doug Rae personal collection.  New Haven Colony Historical Society

Visual Resources Collection at Yale



Plaster of Paris bust of Fidel Castro, 1961.  Andrew St. George papers, Yale University.


Crowd responding to an address by Fidel Castro in Santiago de Cuba, 1959.

Andrew St. George Papers, Yale University

¬°Bienvenidos! Welcome!

Welcome to the library research guide on the Cuban revolution.  Here you will find library resources, including primary sources, on the Cuban revolution.  

For more assistance, the Librarian for the Latin American and Iberian collections is available for consultation and provides advanced reference services to students, faculty and visitors by appointment.  The office of the librarian is located on the third floor of Sterling Memorial Library in room 313.  Please do not hesitate to call or email.

The following subject guides contain more information on our resources.

Starting Your Research

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