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Santiago de Cuba, Cuba in North America

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Che Guevara/Smoking Featured Santiago de Cuba Print

Che Guevara/Smoking

ERNESTO GUEVARA Known as CHE GUEVARA Latin American guerrilla leader and revolutionary theorist. Listening to an address in Santiago de Cuba. *UNAVAILABLE FOR USE IN ASIA AT PRESENT* Date: 1928 - 1967

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10117225

1928, 1967, Address, American, Cazadores, Che, Cigar, Cuba, De, Ernesto, Guerrilla, Guevara, Historical, History, Latin, Leader, Listening, Pensive, Revolutionary, Santiago, Smoking, Theorist

Fleet returning from Santiago, New York Harbour, USA Featured Santiago de Cuba Print

Fleet returning from Santiago, New York Harbour, USA

Admiral Sampson's fleet returning from the naval battle at Santiago de Cuba (3 July 1898, during the Spanish-American War), New York Harbour, USA. Date: circa 1898

© Mary Evans/Pharcide

1890s, 1898, Admiral, America, American, Battle, City, Cuba, De, Fleet, Funnels, Harbour, Naval, Navy, New, Return, Returning, Santiago, Ship, Ships, Spanish, States, United, Usa, Victorious, War, Water, York

Cuba - Santiago de Cuba - Arbol de la Paz (Peace Tree) Featured Santiago de Cuba Print

Cuba - Santiago de Cuba - Arbol de la Paz (Peace Tree)

July 16th, 1898 - Arbol de la Paz / Tree of Peace, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. On July 16th, after sustaining more than 1, 700 causalities the Spanish Army agreed to an unconditional surrender of all 23, 500 troops that had been scattered about the city. The Armistice was signed at the Arbol de La Paz (a large ceiba tree) by U.S. and Spanish forces. The Cuban Liberation Army did not participate in the act. Sadly, the tree is no longer standing, although the monument remains and a replacement tree is slowly growing in its place! Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection