Fulgencio Batista Zaldivar 
(Jan. 16, 1901-Aug. 7, 1973)

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Batista as a teenage railroad brakeman


The leaders of the 1933 Revolution: Dr. Ramón Grau, Sergio Carbó and
Sgt. Fulgencio Batista 
September 1933

 
 
 
Batista, Col. Juan Blas Hernández, and President Grau in Havana,
October 1933
With Afro-Cuban bodyguards, Camp Columbia,
Nov. 1933

 
 
 

SPEECHES:
Fulgencio Batista audio speech (Abril 1956)
Batista speech written by Edmund Chester (December 1958)
 

SUPPORTERS:
Jose M. Garcia "El hombre del cuadro"
Margarita de la Cotera

ARTICLES:
Friend of Batista Slain, New York Times, March 16, 1945, 6
Batista Visits Chicago, New York Times, March 26, 1945, 13
Batista Seeks Mexican Divorce, New York Times, Sept. 7, 1945, 8
Batista's Divorce Granted, New York Times, Nov. 11, 1945, 20
Former Cuban President Greets BrideNew York Times, Dec. 6, 1945, 9

Batista Sworn as Cuba's President (N. Y. Times, Feb. 25, 1955, 4)
Batista Charges Castro is a Red (N. Y. Times, March 11, 1957)
The Architect of the Cuban State: Fulgencio Batista and Populism in Cuba, 1937-1940Journal of Latin American Studies (May, 2000), pp. 435-459.
Batista at Work
Batista: 'Four-Bit' Dictator Entertains at Tea
Batista Lives in Constant Fear of  Bullet
Batista Watches Cuba (N. Y. Times, April 19, 1961)
'Lift Flag' Batista Tells Pals
No Batista Visa, Says State Dept.
Salvaged papers shed light on former Cuban dictator
Senator from Daytona
Sons of late Cuban dictator meet at Cuban Museum
'Too Much Enthusiasm for Russia' Disturbs Batista in Portugal Refuge
Despierta singular interés vida y obra de Batista
Somoza envió las últimas armas a Batista
Batista trató inútilmente de entrar a Estados Unidos