Imagine Castro talking into a tape recorder about his life, reviewing events and people at will. Thats what author John Krich has done here, very cleverly and full of ironic humor. Theres something here for you no matter what side of the Cuban issue you stand on.
Philip W. Bonsal
University of Pittsburgh Press
Julie Marie Bunck
Pennsylvania State University Press
This is one place where you can find Fidel Castros History Will Absolve Me speech.
Fidel Castro, Che Guevara
Georgie Anne Geyer
Paco Ignacio Taibo II
Herbert L. Matthews
Simon & Shuster
A balanced and objective look at Castro.
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston
I can't believe this one's out of print. A shame. You may still be able to find it at better public libraries.
Simon & Schuster
A very thorough account of the invasion. Recommended.
Edited by Peter Kornbluh
The New Press, NY
All the secret files they didn't let you look at for over twenty years.
Juan Carlos Rodríquez
The Cuban point of view, including recently declassified files and information.
James G. Blight, Bruce J. Allyn & David A. Welch
Lynch fired the first shot at Bay of Pigs.
Harper & Row
Edited with commentary by Mark J. White
Ivan R. Dee
Lots of recently declassified memos and official notes from meetings and discussions on topics ranging from Operation Mongoose, the Missile Crisis, Bay of Pigs, and more.
Aleksandr Fursenko and Timothy Naftali
W.W. Norton & Co.
Exposes a 40-year campaign by Washington to use psychological warfare and propaganda to destabilize Cuba and undermine the revolution.
W.W. Norton & Co.
Richard M. Bissell, Jr.
Chilling, matter-of-fact. Straight from the one CIA official in charge of planning the invasion.
Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Houghton Mifflin Company
James G. Blight and Philip Brenner
Bowman & Littlefield Publishers
Felix I. Rodriguez and John Weisman
Simon and Schuster