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Pardo Llada, Jose

Published by Ediciones Universal, 250pp, Miami, Florida (1993)

ISBN 10: 0897297016 ISBN 13: 9780897297011

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Item Description: Ediciones Universal, 250pp, Miami, Florida, 1993. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Primera Edicion. NUEVO/BRAND NEW. Bookseller Inventory # 003644

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PARDO LLADA, JOSÉ.

Published by ED. TIERRA NUEVA .Vedado, Habana. Cuba. (1960)

Used Encuadernación de tapa blanda First Edition

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From: DEL SUBURBIO LIBROS- VENTA PARTICULAR (Capital, CABA., Argentina)

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Item Description: ED. TIERRA NUEVA .Vedado, Habana. Cuba., 1960. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Book Condition: Muy bien. Dust Jacket Condition: Bien. 1ª Edición. MEMORIAS DE LA SIERRA MAESTRA. PATRONATO DEL LIBRO POPULAR. EDICIONES DIRIGIDAS por Rafael Humberto Gaviria. HECHO EN CUBA POR OBREROS CUBANOS, 1960 1°ED. tapa blanda. 172 PP. 15 cm. Encuadernación en tapa blanda de editorial. pp. algo ocres, cubierta fatigada, solapas con reseña sobre el autor. Sus impresiones de La Sierra Maestra son 176 pp inéditas de su “Diario de Campaña”. Pardo Llada renunció a sus derechos de autor para donarlos al Instituto de la Reforma Agraria, el logro más alto de la Revolución que se gestó en la Sierra. Joya. Bookseller Inventory # 003087

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Memorias De La Sierra Maestra (Signed): Pardo Llada, Jose

Pardo Llada, Jose

Published by Editorial Tierra Nueva, Habana (1960)

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Item Description: Editorial Tierra Nueva, Habana, 1960. Book Condition: Good-. 32mo, green and red pictorial wraps with a silhouette of a palm tree. 172 pp. Signed by the author on the title page: "Saludos de JosàPardo Llada". Patronato del Libro Popular. Primera Serie, Volumen I. An eyewitness account of the guerrilla war waged in the Sierra Maestra with the revolutionary forces before the taking of Havana. Pardo Llada was a radio announcer -- at one time the most popular announcer in Cuba -- in the 1940s who was critical of Grau's government. In 1950, he was elected to the House of Representatives and over the next several years formed a deep personal friendship with Fidel Castro, who would visit his home nearly daily (and once drove Pardo Llada's wife to the hospital to deliver a child). When Batista took power in 1952, Pardo Llada was suspended from broadcasting 42 times and was imprisoned on a number of occasions. In 1958, he joined the revolutionary forces in Sierra Maestra and fought alongside Castro, Che Guevara, Camillo Cienfuegos and others. However Pardo Llada quickly went from ardent supporter (he waived his copyright and donated all proceeds from the publication of this book to the agrarian reform efforts) to a disillusioned exile: in 1961 he grew disappointed with the communist leanings of the government and defected to Columbia while Castro denounced him as a traitor, declaring in a speech that he was the sort of man who couldn't see past the end of his nose and would be mistaken his entire life until he eventually committed suicide via sleeping pills. Pardo Llada died in 2009 at the age of 86 (of natural causes). Front wrap nearly completely detached, previous owner's signatures on front wrap and ffep, wraps heavily soiled and foxed, also heavy foxing to endpapers and final pages of text. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 338

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