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Cuban Revolution/ Zapatista movement

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May Than Da

on 1 April 2013

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Standard The Cuban Revolution Let's Review :P Zapatista Movement The Zapatista Movement bagan in January 1, 1994 in the southern mexican state of Chiapas.
The Chiapas people cried/demand for democracy because they have been under poverty (The state of being extremely poor) for 500 years. SS6H3 The student
will analyze important
20th century issues
in Latin America and
the Caribbean. The Cuban Revolution was led by Fidel Castro to go against the dictator Fulgencio Batista.
The revolution began in July 1953 and they kicked out Batista on January 1, 1959
The new dictator was Fidel Castro. Latin America & The
Caribbean Who went to Mexico to recruit of group of men to come with him back to Cuba?

Who did Fidel Castro overthrow to form his own government in Havana?

What was Fidel Castro’s profession before he become involved in the Cuban Revolution?

What was the purpose of the Zapatista Movement? A. Explain the
impact of the Cuban
Revolution.
B. Explain the impact and
political outcomes of
the Zapatista guerrilla
movement in Mexico. By: May Sibia
March 24, 2013 Chiapans live in one room huts, without electricity, running water, telephones or paved roads
They were inspired by Emiliano Zapata. The Zapatista Flag ( EZLN)
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