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Historia Cubae

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Interpretationes vernaculae
Hydrochromatica Sinus Havanae pictura, circa 1639 facts.
Tabula geographica ab Hermanno Moll anno 1736 facta, Indos Occidentales et Mexicum monstrans, Novam Hispaniam una constituentibus, Cuba in media imagine conspicua.
Arx Castellum Morro Havanae situm, anno 1589 aedificatum.
Classis Britannica Havanam Intrat, 21 Augusti 1762. Pictura Domenici Serres, 1775.
Maine, navis longa Civitatum Foederatarum, anno 1898 emersa et photographata.
Castra Moncada, locus primi rerum novarum Cubanarum proelii, die sexagesimo proelii anniversario, anno 2013.

Historia Cubae ad Cubam, insulam in Mari Caribico, proprie attinet. Quae insula ab hominibus variarum culturarum Mesoamericarum habitabatur, cum conquisitatores Hispani anno 1492 advenire inciperent. Omnem insulam mox vicerunt, rectioque Hispanica gubernatores ad coloniam ex Havana regendam creavit. Quae urbs anno 1762 breviter a militibus Britannis occupabatur antequam pro Florida reddita est. Nonnullae seditiones saeculo undevicensimo dicionem Hispanicam non deiecerunt; evenit autem e bello Hispano-Americano ut Hispani ex insula anno 1898 recesserunt, atque exercitus Civitatum Foederatarum tres et dimidium annos civitati imperabat.[1] Libertas nationalis anno 1902 rite concessa est.[2]

Res publica Cubana annis sub libertate assecta maiorem provectionem oeconomicam consecuta est, sed corruptio seriesque ducum tyrannicorum vigebant, usque ad eversionem Fulgentii Batista dictatoris a Motu 26 Iulii, quem Fidelis Radulphusque Castro Ruz annis ab 1953 ad 1959 per res novas Cubanas ducebant.[3] Cuba tum civitas socialistica per factionem communisticam Cubanam gubernabatur, fratribus Castro iam ducibus.[4] Cuba post res novas, negotiis internationalibus a Civitatibus Foederatis secreta, gradatim ad commercium et periegesim penetravit.[5][6][7][8] Correctiones domesticae oeconomiam insularem nuper renovant.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "CIA World Factbook: Cuba: Introduction: Background" .
  2. "A guide to the United States' history of recognition, diplomatic, and consular relations, by country, since 1776: Cuba". US State Department – Office of the Historian .
  3. Rumbaut, Luis E.; Rumbaut, Rubén G. (2009). "Cuba: The Cuban Revolution at 50". Latin American Perspectives 36 (1): 84–98 .
  4. "Castro Resigns". NPR. 19 February 2008.
  5. "Cuba receives first US shipment in 50 years". Al Jazeera. 14 Iulii 2012 .
  6. "Obama hails 'new chapter' in US-Cuba ties". BBC News. 17 Decembris 2014 
  7. "Cuba's love for Obama swells: Bay of Pigs veterans reflect on the 'inconceivable'". The Guardian. 17 Aprilis 2015 .
  8. "US flag raised over reopened Cuba embassy in Havana". BBC News. 15 Augusti 2015 .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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