Cuban Revolution 1958 Articles

Batista Pledges Uncurbed Vote (N.Y. Times, Jan. 1, 1958)
Bombs In Havana Greet New Year (N.Y. Times, Jan. 2, 1958)
Cuban Opposition Split By Castro (N.Y. Times, Jan. 4, 1958)
‘Collector’ is Key to Graft in Cuba (N.Y. Times, Jan. 5, 1958)
Cuban Exile Asks U.N. Rights Action (N.Y. Times, Jan. 7, 1958)
Cuba’s Angry Young Man (N.Y. Times (Editorial), Jan. 7, 1958)
2 Cuban Rebels Slain (N.Y. Times, Jan. 8, 1958)
Cuba Improving Quality of Crops (N.Y. Times, Jan. 8, 1958)
Cuba is Thriving on Dearer Sugar (N.Y. Times, Jan. 8, 1958)
Industry in Cuba Gets $200,000,000 Capital (N.Y. Times, Jan. 8, 1958)
Ex-U.S. Officer Held (N.Y. Times, Jan. 9, 1958)
Week’s Death Toll 9 in Cuba Shootings (N.Y. Times, Jan. 10, 1958)
Castro's Sister In U.S. (N.Y. Times, Jan. 11, 1958)
3 Top Castro Aides Seized, Havana Says  (N.Y. Times, Jan. 13, 1958)
A Break for the Boss (Time, Jan. 13, 1958)
22 Cubans Freed Here (N.Y. Times, Jan. 14, 1958)
Cuban Rebels Raid Port Area; Citizens Reported Leaving City (N.Y. Times, Jan. 15, 1958)
Castro Disavows Presidential Aim (N.Y. Times, Jan. 16, 1958)
Cuban Rebel Unit Attacks in South (N.Y. Times, Jan. 17, 1958)
Actor Insurance For Cuba Sought (N.Y. Times, Jan. 17, 1958)
Four Cubans Seized as an Assassin Band (N.Y. Times, Jan. 18, 1958)
Four Jailed Cubans Shown at Santiago (N.Y. Times, Jan. 19, 1958)
Havana Aqueduct Damaged by Bomb (N.Y. Times, Jan. 21, 1958)
Cuban Troops Go to Manzanillo; Rebel Attack on Port is Feared (N.Y. Times, Jan. 25, 1958)
Cuban Rights Eased, Except in Rebel Zone (N.Y. Times, Jan. 26, 1958)
Cuban Rebel Attack Frees Jailed Youths (N.Y. Times, Jan. 27, 1958)
Tough Tactics (Time, Jan. 27, 1958)
Cuba Rebels Open a 'Second Front' (N.Y. Times, Jan. 28, 1958)
Cuban Bill Offers Amnesty to Rebels  (N.Y. Times, Jan. 29, 1958)
Oriente Censorship Reported Tightened (N.Y. Times, Jan. 30, 1958)
Cuba Sugar Cane Burns (N.Y. Times, Jan. 31, 1958)
El Regimen Totalitario y los Crimenes de Fulgencia Batista. Antonio Cejas (Humanismo, enero/febrero 1958)
Why We Fight (Coronet, Feb. 1958)
Cuba Seizes Magazine (N.Y. Times, Feb. 1, 1958)
Cuba Rebels Map Plant Sabotage (N.Y. Times, Feb. 3, 1958)
Censorship Ends In Cuba’s Oriente (N.Y. Times, Feb. 4, 1958)
Andrew St. George interview with Fidel Castro  (Look, Feb. 4, 1958)
U.S. Indicts Thirty In Cuba Arms Plot (N.Y. Times, Feb. 5, 1958)
Cuban Rebel Leader at Target Practice in Hideout (N.Y. Times, Feb. 6, 1958)
2 Slain In Cuban Attack (N.Y. Times, Feb. 7, 1958)
Rebel Group Reported Landed in Cuba by Ship  (N.Y. Times, Feb. 9, 1958)
Sabotage on Rise in Eastern Cuba (N.Y. Times, Feb. 10, 1958)
Death Toll is Rising In Cuban Rebellion (N.Y. Times, Feb. 11, 1958)
Cuba Pours Troops Into Rebel Area (N.Y. Times, Feb. 13, 1958)
Further Sabotage Reported In Cuba (N.Y. Times, Feb. 14, 1958)
U.S. Indicts Prio As Cuban Plotter (N.Y. Times, Feb. 14, 1958)
Dr. Prio and 3 Jailed (N.Y. Times, Feb. 14, 1958)
Peace & War (Time, Feb. 17, 1958)
Nine Rebels Dead in Cuba Skirmish (N.Y. Times, Feb. 17, 1958)
Cuban Army Uses Tanks In A Clash (N.Y. Times, Feb. 18, 1958)
Cuban Coalition Picks Candidate (N.Y. Times, Feb. 19, 1958)
Goal is Shifted for Batista Aide (N.Y. Times, Feb. 20, 1958)
Rebels Intensify Cuban Sabotage (N.Y. Times, Feb. 21, 1958)
Cuban Elections (Editorial) (N.Y. Times, Feb. 21, 1958)
One Slain in Attack on Cuban Bus Depot (N.Y. Times, Feb. 22, 1958)
Castro Declared ‘Firm’ In Revolt (N.Y. Times, Feb. 23, 1958)
U.S. Is Accused At A Cuba Rally (N.Y. Times, Feb. 24, 1958)
Cuban Rebels Seize Fangio, Auto Racer (N.Y. Times, Feb. 24, 1958)
Kidnappers Kind, Fangio Asserts (N.Y. Times, Feb. 26, 1958)
Rebel Chief Offers Batista Plan to End Cuban Revolt (N.Y. Times, Feb. 26, 1958)
Auto Race Charge Filed  (N.Y. Times, Feb. 27, 1958)
Cuba National Bank Is Raided by Rebels (N.Y. Times, Feb. 27, 1958)
Castro Declares He Will Win Soon (N.Y. Times, Feb. 27, 1958)
Cuban Rebels Warn Nicaraguan Envoy (N.Y. Times, Feb. 28, 1958)
Cuban Church Calls For a Unity Regime To Halt Bloodshed (N.Y. Times, March 1, 1958)
Church Plea Irks Batista’s Regime  (N.Y. Times, March 2, 1958)
Death on the Malecón (Time, March 10, 1958)
Total War Against the Tyranny Manifesto (March 12, 1958)
End of Hope (Time, March 24, 1958)
Congress in Cuba Votes Emergency (N.Y. Times, April 1, 1958)
Cuban Army Kills 19 Castro Rebels (N.Y. Times, April 2, 1958)
Castro's Rebels Cut Off Santiago (N.Y. Times, April 3, 1958)
Cuban War Aided by Second Front (N.Y. Times, April 3, 1958)
U.S. Embargo Set on Arms to Cuba; Shipment Halted (N.Y. Times, April 3, 1958)
U.S. Wary On Arms (N.Y. Times, April 4, 1958)
11 Cuban Pilots Quit, Ask Asylum in Miami (N.Y. Times, April 4, 1958)
Santiago Rebels To Wait Out Foe (N.Y. Times, April 4, 1958)
Arms For Cuba (N.Y. Times Editorial, April 4, 1958)
Cuban Seized in Paris (N.Y. Times, April 5, 1958)
Batista's Regime Reports Rebels Cut Off In Hills (N.Y. Times, April 6, 1958)
Castro Supporters Raise His Flag Here  (N.Y. Times, April 6, 1958)
Army Raids Rebel Center (N.Y. Times, April 6, 1958)
White House Picketed (N.Y. Times, April 6, 1958)
Matthews Named For Press Award (N.Y. Times, April 6, 1958)
Week of Waiting (Time, April 7, 1958)
Batista Expects Long Cuban Fight (N.Y. Times, April 7, 1958)
Santiago Is Released (N.Y. Times, April 7, 1958)
Miami Unit Reports a Landing (N.Y. Times, April 7, 1958)
Conflict In Cuba Gains In Violence (N.Y. Times, April 8, 1958)
U.S. Correspondents Held (N.Y. Times, April 8, 1958)
Fighting Spreads in Eastern Cuba (N.Y. Times, April 9, 1958)
Blast Rocks Santiago (N.Y. Times, April 9, 1958)
Cuban Strike Foreseen (N.Y. Times, April 9, 1958)
Street Fighting Flares in Havana; 40 Reported Dead (N.Y. Times, April 10, 1958)
Havana Play in Doubt (N.Y. Times, April 10, 1958)
Havana Quieter; Regime and Union Say Strike Failed (N.Y. Times, April 11, 1958)
Cuba's Travail (N.Y. Times, April 11, 1958)
Batista Forces Crush Castro's 'Total War' (N.Y. Times, April 13, 1958)
Havana Failure Dismays Rebels (N.Y. Times, April 13, 1958)
Rebels Revising Havana Attacks (N.Y. Times, April 14, 1958)
Buffalo Refuses to Play Ball in Cuba Despite League’s Threat of Penalties (N.Y. Times, April 14, 1958)
Castro's Failure Bolsters Batista (N.Y. Times, April 15, 1958)
Anti-Rebel Drive Pressed In Cuba (N.Y. Times, April 16, 1958)
Castro's Movement Reported Waning (N.Y. Times, April 17, 1958)
Batista Decrees New Army Draft (N.Y. Times, April 18, 1958)
Castro Summons Top Aides (N.Y. Times, April 18, 1958)
EBB Tide in Cuba (N.Y. Times, April 18, 1958)
Cuban Insurgents Flee from Cities (N.Y. Times, April 19, 1958)
13 Cuban Insurgents Die in Ambush Fight (N.Y. Times, April 20, 1958)
Cubans Attend Mass (N.Y. Times, April 21, 1958)
Two Slain in Havana (N.Y. Times, April 21, 1958)
Daiquiris & Dungeons (Time, April 21, 1958)
Batista Foe Denies Collapse of Strike (N.Y. Times, April 22, 1958)
Six Castro Rebels Killed in Clashes (N.Y. Times, April 23, 1958)
Cuba’s Catholics Weigh Peace Move (N.Y. Times, April 24, 1958)
Attacks on Civilians Charged (N.Y. Times, April 24, 1958)
Renewal Of Curbs Expected In Cuba (N.Y. Times, April 25, 1958)
Death of 7 Rebels Reported In Cuba (N.Y. Times, April 26, 1958)
U.S. Cool to Inquiry Plan (N.Y. Times, April 27, 1958)
Costa Rica Ousts Cubans (N.Y. Times, April 27, 1958)
Basic Rights Ban Extended In Cuba (N.Y. Times, April 27, 1958)
Agonizing Reappraisal (Time, April 28, 1958)
Cuba Reports Clashes (N.Y. Times, April 29, 1958)
Cuba Seizes 13 Rebels (N.Y. Times, April 30, 1958)
"No More Law" (Time, June 2, 1958)
Stuck in the Mud (Time, June 16, 1958)
Cuba Continues Curbs (N.Y. Times, June 22, 1958)
U.S. Sentences 23 Cubans (N.Y. Times, June 24, 1958)
23 Cuban rebels Slain (N.Y. Times, June 26, 1958)
10 Americans Are Seized In Raid by Rebels in Cuba (N.Y. Times, June 28, 1958)
24 U.S. Navy Men Missing In Cuba; Kidnapping Seen (N.Y. Times, June 29, 1958)
28 U.S. Navy Men Due To Be Freed By Cuban Rebels (N.Y. Times, June 30, 1958)
Service Men Held in Cuba  (N.Y. Times, June 30, 1958)
Guantanamo Base a Key Point For Defenses of Caribbean Area (N.Y. Times, June 30, 1958)
Two More Kidnappings (N.Y. Times, June 30, 1958)
The Cuban Kidnappings (N.Y. Times, Editorial, June 30, 1958)
2 More Americans Abducted In Cuba By Rebel Forces (N.Y. Times, July 1, 1958)
Rebels Seek End of Aid to Batista (N.Y. Times, July 1, 1958)
Captives Safe, Rebels Say (N.Y. Times, July 1, 1958)
Batista's Drive To Crush Rebels Called Failure (N.Y. Times, July 2, 1958)
Dulles Rules Out Blackmail To Get Americans Freed (N.Y. Times, July 2, 1958)
Folly in Rebel Cuba (N.Y. Times Editorial, July 2, 1958)
Four More Americans Seized (N.Y. Times, July 2, 1958)
U.S. Opens Parley With Cuba Rebels (N.Y. Times, July 2, 1958)
On the Arrest of U.S. Citizens (July 3, 1958)
5 North Americans Freed By Cuban Rebel Captors (N.Y. Times, July 3, 1958)
U.S. Boatswain's Mate Talked Cuba Rebels Out of Holding Him (N.Y. Times, July 3, 1958)
Eisenhower Vows Aid for Captives (N.Y. Times, July 3, 1958)
2 Rebels Sentenced By Santiago Court (N.Y. Times, July 3, 1958)
Aid To Castro Denied (N.Y. Times, July 4, 1958)
U.S. Aide In Cuba Plans New Talks (N.Y. Times, July 5, 1958)
Castro’s Kidnappings Show War Is Still On (N.Y. Times, July 6, 1958)
The Sack Is No Style Hit With Cuba Rebels' Foes (N.Y. Times, July 6, 1958)
3 More Americans Released In Cuba (N.Y. Times, July 6, 1958)
31 Arrested in Havana (N.Y. Times, July 6, 1958)
Rebel Unity Pressed (N.Y. Times, July 6, 1958)
Grandstand Kidnaping (Time, July 7, 1958)
Rebels Want U.S. Envoy (N.Y. Times, July 7, 1958)
Cuba Rebels Free 3 More Americans  (N.Y. Times, July 8, 1958)
Rebels May Seek New Status (N.Y. Times, July 8, 1958)
Cuba Rebels Free Another Civilian (N.Y. Times, July 9, 1958)
Cuban Army Push Reported Halted (N.Y. Times, July 10, 1958)
2 More Americans Freed By Cubans (N.Y. Times, July 10, 1958)
Wright Will Go to Guantanamo (N.Y. Times, July 10, 1958)
Cuba Eases News Curbs (N.Y. Times, July 10, 1958)
Crime in Cuba Described (N.Y. Times, July 10, 1958)
Dealing with Kidnapers (Time, July 14, 1958)
Caught in a War (Time, July 14, 1958)
Pact of Caracas (July 20, 1958)
All Free (Time, July 28, 1958)
Sentry Duty (Time, August 11, 1958)
Military Order to Che Guevara to Invade Las Villas (August 21, 1958)
Comeback (Time, August 25, 1958)
Ambassador of Fun (Time, September 1, 1958)
Who, Me? (Time, September 8, 1958)
Proclamation to Batista's Army (September 15, 1958)
Plotters' Playground (Time, September 22, 1958)
8 Blasts Rock Havana (N.Y. Times, October 1, 1958)
Castro Aide is Seen Linking Cuba Rebels (N.Y. Times, October 2, 1958)
Held in Gun Theft (N.Y. Times, October 4, 1958)
Armory Suspect Held (N.Y. Times, October 5, 1958)
Cuba Sugar Tax to Rise (N.Y. Times, October 7, 1958)
Sporadic Fighting in Cuba Continues (N.Y. Times, October 8, 1958)
Cuban Rumors Denied (N.Y. Times, October 8, 1958)
Cuban Rebel Departs (N.Y. Times, October 10, 1958)
Cuba Police Arrest Man of Opposition (N.Y. Times, October 10, 1958)
No Election Decree (Oct. 10, 1958)
4 Cuban Rebels Killed (N.Y. Times, October 11, 1958)
Avion siniestrado (Diario de la Marina, Oct. 12, 1958, 20)
Britain Scored in Cuba (N.Y. Times, October 12, 1958)
Threat By Castro on Vote Explained (N.Y. Times, October 15, 1958)
Rebels Strike in Cuba (N.Y. Times, October 17, 1958)
Cuba Will Accept Voting Observers (N.Y. Times, October 18, 1958)
Caracas Curbs Cubans (N.Y. Times, October 19, 1958)
Road Convoys in Cuba (N.Y. Times, October 20, 1958)
Kidnapping is Reported (N.Y. Times, October 20, 1958)
Cuban Voting Set Amid Wide Curbs (N.Y. Times, October 26, 1958)
A Reply to the U.S. State Department (October 26, 1958)
Fidel Castro’s Mistake (N.Y. Times, October 28, 1958)
U.S. Says Castro Errs in Charges (N.Y. Times, October 28, 1958)
Cuba Rebels Spur Drive To Bar Poll (N.Y. Times, October 28, 1958)
Army Plane Downed, Rebels Say (N.Y. Times, Oct. 28, 1958)
U. S. Refugees Reach Jamaica (N.Y. Times, October 31, 1958)
Cuban Enters Plea (N.Y. Times, Nov. 1, 1958)
29 Rebels Killed In Cuban Fighting (N.Y. Times, Nov. 1, 1958)
New York Times (N.Y. Times, Nov. 1, 1958)
Cuba Court Bars Election Delay (N.Y. Times, Nov. 2, 1958)
U.S. Envoy Is Accused (N.Y. Times, Nov. 2, 1958)
Castro's Power At Peak On Eve of Cuban Vote (N.Y. Times, Nov. 2, 1958)
Cuban Group Here Calls Vote A Fraud (N.Y. Times, Nov. 3, 1958)
New Chief in Cuba (N.Y. Times, Nov. 5, 1958)
Orders to the Rebel Army (Nov. 13, 1958)
La Tragedia de Nipe: Una "Hazaña" Aérea del M-26-7 (Gente, Nov. 16, 1958)
Flight 482 Is Missing (Time, Nov. 17, 1958)
Into the Third Year (Time, Dec. 1, 1958)