Cuba Libre: A Brief History of Cuba
April 2006, ©2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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As a work intended as concise supplementary reading for undergraduates, in the general pattern of Harlan Davidson’s American and European History Series, Paul Dosal’s Cuba Libre is a smashing successrelating the fascinating history of the island nation in 150 pages of lively narrativeone that will set the tone for the volumes to follow.
In its selection of facts and figures and steadily paced storyline, this succinct history of Cuba, from first contact with Europeans to the present, will appeal to students and instructors alike as interesting and informative reading for the Latin American and World History surveys, as well as specialized courses in Cuban history of Latin American-U.S. relations.