Magazine La Quincena

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Encouraged by the Basque priest Ignacio Biaín, it was undoubtedly the Catholic best publication during the republican stage. Thanks to the missing Father Fernando De la Vega Benson, I had access to almost all the complete collection that he stored in his parish of Montserrate and I was really impressed. For that reason, La Quincena was called the Catholic Leer...

por Rogelio Fabio Hurtado | Publicado 2 years atrás
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Por Rogelio Fabio Hurtado el Tuesday, 3 November, 2015
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An all-terrain journalist: Rafael Conte Mayolino

Havana. Born in Marianao, on January 1877 and deceased in Havana on February 25, 1930. In his 53 years of intense life this versatile journalist practically embraced all the fields of the human chore, ranging from Leer...

Por Ramon Diaz Marzo el Sunday, 25 October, 2015
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Revista Social

Old Havana. . The Social magazine circulated in our country from 1916 up to 1938 standing out quickly as a literary magazine and as a social chronicle in the history of the Cuban journalism for the excellence in Leer...

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Por Ramon Diaz Marzo el Tuesday, 20 October, 2015
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Enrique Labrador Ruiz

Old Havana. . In the first years of the 70´s I had the pleasure of personally knowing writer Enrique Labrador Ruiz in the bookstore “El Canelo” that still maintains its doors opened up in the street it Reina Leer...

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Por Ramon Diaz Marzo el Tuesday, 29 September, 2015
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The Free Cuban

Havana – The Free Cuban (El Cubano Libre) was not the first regular newspaper that was published in the colonial Cuba, but it was the first journal absolutely independent publication from the Spanish Crown, Leer...

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Por Frank Correa el Friday, 25 September, 2015
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Writer and journalist

Havana. A very fine thread divides the journalist and the writer. Ernest Hemingway was able to take both occupations to universal scenes. Born in Oak Park, Illinois, on July 21, 1899 he was considered the “God Leer...

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Por Tania Díaz Castro el Friday, 21 August, 2015
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Great journalist, great non conformist

Havana. It was Juan Gualberto Gómez -1854-1933 – one of the Cuban most noted figures in our history. He was a direct collaborator of José Martí, leader of his black race, and a leader of the democracy. Leer...

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Por Tania Díaz Castro el Wednesday, 19 August, 2015
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Mattews the journalist that invented Fidel Castro

Havana. Herbert Lionel Matthews was sixty years old when he interviewed Fidel Castro, in The Sierra Maestra Range, on February 17 of 1957. Already being an old man, he was still the boss of the editorial page of Leer...

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Por Tania Díaz Castro el Tuesday, 30 June, 2015
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The first cuban independent and annexionist newspaper

 La Havana. Cuba was not of the first American colonies that had a cultural advance in the society in its first years. Only starting from March 11, 1820 when in Spain the printing freedom was proclaimed, the Cubans Leer...

Por Cuba Prensa Libre el Tuesday, 14 April, 2015
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