The Story of Cuba Her Struggles for Liberty... The Cause, Crisis and Destiny of the Pearl of the Antilles
by Halstead, Murat
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Akron, Ohio: The Werner Company, 1898. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Sixth Edition, revised to date. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Illustrated with Half-tone and lithograph plates many photographic reproductions, original drawings including the Battle Ship Maine. ----------- Popular piece on the history of the Cuban nationalist struggle against Spain. This reprint edition was published in the same year as the outbreak of the Spanish-American War, 1898. The tone is of US imperialism through 400 years of history are covered..
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- The Story of Cuba Her Struggles for Liberty... The Cause, Crisis and Destiny of the Pearl of the Antilles
- Halstead, Murat
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- The Werner Company
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- Akron, Ohio
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- Caribbean, West Indies, Latin America, Cuba, Cuban.
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