Cuban Revolution

Cuban Revolution
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  • June 1952: Fulgencio Batista is a candidate for election. Anticipating his loss, he overthrows the government without bloodshed.
  • 1954: Batista calls for elections and runs unopposed. He becomes president of Cuba. 
  • As a part of his presidential reign, Batista reinstates the Constitution of 1940 and creates the sugar act of 1956. He lost a lot of his support.
  • Constitution of 1940
  • SUGAR
  • "History Will Absolve Me!"
  • July 26, 1953: 160 revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro attack the Moncada barracks. Castro is arrested and gives speech "History will Absolve Me!" in his defense.
  • Castro and his brother, Raul, receive amnesty and escape to Mexico to organize a plan of revolt.
  • Castro comes back to Cuba and succeeds in overthrowing Batista. Castro becomes the Prime Minister of Cuba.
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