- Castro the Multimillionaire
In a new, 338-page memoir, titled The Hidden Life Of Fidel Castro (published in France by Michel Lafon and co-authored by Axel Gylden), Sanchez, an employee of 20 years’ standing, lifts the lid on the luxurious excesses enjoyed by the autocrat and his inner circle
- The Castro family clan
In a country where the average salary is $20, the dictator and his family live a very different life from the 11 million Cubans enslaved by his brutal regime
- 5 Famous People Who Secretly Had Awesome Second Careers . . .
Getty Fidel Castro's passion for baseball is often seen as just another dictator's eccentricity, like Hitler's love for Disney characters or Saddam Hussein's romance-novel-writing hobby Actually, it was much more than that: Not only did the human embodiment of international communism play the most American of sports in his youth, but he was close to moving to the U S and pitching for the Giants
- Фідель Кастро — Вікіпедія
Фіде́ль Алеха́ндро Ка́стро Рус (ісп Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (); 13 серпня 1926 — 25 листопада 2016
- List of Ghanaians - Wikipedia
This list of notable Ghanaians includes people who were born in Ghana and people who are of Ghanaian ancestry, who are significantly notable for their life and or work
- The Washington Star - Wikipedia
The Washington Star, previously known as the Washington Star-News and the Washington Evening Star, was a daily afternoon newspaper published in Washington, D C between 1852 and 1981 For most of that time, it was the city's newspaper of record, and the longtime home to columnist Mary McGrory and cartoonist Clifford K Berryman On August 7, 1981, after 128 years, the Washington Star ceased
- John F. Kennedy had a Russian back channel.
John F Kennedy would have been 100 this Monday AFP Getty Images On a day in early December, one of Moscow’s agents in the United States, working undercover as a journalist for Izvestia
- Was Oswald a CIA operative or not? - JFK Facts
bogman, Epstein was the last person to converse with DeMohrenschildt He points out that DeMohrenschildt left Dallas bound for New York, with awareness that just ten days earlier, (April 10, 1963) Oswald shot at General Edwin Walker