【キューバ革命への道のり】Fidel Castro/Cuba Clipreel Vol.1: Part 1
Raid Of The Moncada Barracks, Castro Released From Prison, The Revolution Of 1959
Fidel Castro and his revolutionaries take over Cuba
People parading in streets of a city in Cuba, carrying a banner reading: "llega Fidel huyo Batista" (Batista fled Fidel arrives). They celebrate the succcess of Fidel Castro's revolution. Some demonstrators remove items from building displaying a sign reading: "Confederacion Concejales de Cuba, DPN Guas ICLAN Alcalde Oficinas." They pile items on a car parked by the building and set it on fire. They destroy gaming tables in casinoes. Uniformed police respond to the violence and gun fights ensue. Civilians are wounded (and possibly killed) in the melee. Fidel Castro is seen in the company of former President, Carlos Prío Socarrás,and Camilo Cienfuegos Gorriarán, making his way through a crowd of newsmen and reporters. Scenes of destruction from bombing by the Batista military. Crowds of Castro supporters parading with banners, including some referring to the July 26th movement. Some persons have "26" written on their foreheads. People cheer Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Revolutionaries parade a captured army tank and other items through the streets. Castro and Guevera along with others of their band, ride through the streets on an open vehicle as throngs cheer them.The people welcome Castro-style Democracy. Fidel Castro speaking over a public address system.The Monument to the Abolition of Slavery located in Matanzas, Cuba, is adorned with a flag. A sign reading "Fidel: te Saluda." In Miami, Florida, an exiled Batista supporter is attacked by a man and is restrained by local policemen. Fidel Castro and his revolutionaries pose. An armed revolutionary poses by an army tank. Location: Havana Cuba. Date: January 1959.
Cuban revolution comes to an end with the victory of Fidel Castro's forces and establishment of a provisional government.
End of the Cuban revolution. People celebrate as the Cuban revolution comes to an end. Revolutionaries load onto a tank as people cheer them. Provisional President Manuel Urrutia Lleo speaks to people. Fidel Castro on a jeep during his triumphal march across the island. Castro being welcomed by the people as they celebrate the end of Batista's rule. Castro addresses a gathering from the balcony of a building. Location: Havana Cuba. Date: January 8, 1959.
Castro, Raul Castro, Jose Miro Cardona and former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev during the Cuban Revolution in Havana, Cuba.
The Cuban Revolution in Havana, Cuba. Peasants at work in sugar cane field. Clusters of huts in city slums. Poor people in the slums. Small huts along the slums. A girl bathing a child in front of a hut. Fidel Castro, a revolutionary leader, with other guerrillas in a hilly area. Castro, who supports the middle class people, in a crowd. People on streets applaud. Castro with Cuban people. His brother Raul Castro and his associate Che Guevara during a revolution in Guatemala. Castro speaking in a microphone. Other officials beside him. A large crowd listens to him and applauds. Fidel Castro with Cuban Prime Minister Jose Miro Cardona, former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and other officials after the overthrow of the Batista government. A Cuban firing squad executing a prisoner. Location: Havana Cuba. Date: 1959.
U.S. and Cuban Castro officials negotiate release of Cuban prisoners, and revolutionary demonstrations in a Latin America city
Negotiations between Cuban forces under Castro and United States officials for the release of Cuban prisoners fomenting revolution in other Latin American countries. Circa 1959. The two sides confer and discuss. View of the prisoners seated with officials and photographers around. Demonstrations in other Latin American countries, supported by the Casto government in support of revolution. Police firing tear gas. Citizens covering nose and mouth due to tear gas. Police leading away a demonstrator. Seal on a building wall for the country of El Salvador. Police outside a building with various weaponry ready. Demonstrators running through city streets and tear gas and smoke in the streets. Location: Latin America. Date: 1959.
Unrest following Fidel Castro's Communist takeover of Cuba
Wreath adorned with Communist Hammer and sickle, on the statue of Jose Martí in Central Park, Havana, Cuba. Members of a crowd of anti-communist Cubans burning Communist literature and materials in a city street. Soldiers controlling access in a street as Communists take control of Cuba. Americans opposed to the Castro revolution. Sign outside a building in Miami, Florida, reads: "Christian Anti Communist Group,America for the Americans,Liberty and Democracy." Local Miami police stand near the building, where Fidel Castro is hung in effigy. President Manuel Urrutia addressing press in Miami. People conversing. A woman types on typewriter. Riots going on streets. People fight with each other. Blood comes out from a man's head. Scene of Hotel Riviera and Hotel Capri. Fidel Castro addresses press. Camilo Cienfuegos and other prominent dignitaries. People carry signs in a procession. Signs read 'Hitler y Franco Asesinos' and 'Fuera el Embajador Falangista'. Machines print newspapers. Location: Havana Cuba. Date: 1959.
Fidel Castro and his army fight against Batista's forces in Oriente province of Cuba.
Fidel Castro leads the Cuban revolution against Batista's regime. Fidel Castro along with his forces in the rugged mountains of Oriente province of Cuba during the revolution. He speaks to men and women. Men make arms and hand grenades. They work on mimeograph machines and radio sets to transmit messages. Castro with men as they look at a map and plan the strategy for the attack on Batista's Army. Castro's Army fires at National police and Batista's Army as they engage in jungle warfare. Fulgenico Batista with his children and wife appears before the press. Men click pictures of Batista with his family. Location: Cuba. Date: April 10, 1958.
CUBA: POTENTIAL REVOLUTION Though life in Havana goes on normally, the atmosphere of the Cuban capital is tense. The threat of a general strike has receded but the Batista Government is in a constant state of alert against the latest turn of Fidel Castro's rebellions activities. One of the more recent outrages of the rebel leader's supporters was to set fire to sugar cane fields. This was a measure aimed to force Batista's hand by undermining the Cuban economy. These scenes were shot in Oriente Province in Southern Cuba, near Castro's rebel headquarters.