Cuba's Three Major Modern Historical Periods Descriptive Essay by Top Papers

Cuba's Three Major Modern Historical Periods
A look at the history of modern Cuba.
# 131670 | 750 words | 1 source | APA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in History (Latin America)


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This paper gives an overview of the modern history of Cuba, which it divides into three periods. The first is colonial period, then the republic, and finally, Castro's revolution. An overview of these three historical periods illustrates the major historical events and trends that have shaped Cuba's modern history.

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"The modern history of Cuba can be roughly divided into three pieces: the colonial period, the republic, and Castro's revolution. An overview of these three historical periods will illustrate the major historical events and trends that have shaped Cuba's modern history. The Colonial Period Cuba was first spotted by Europeans on October 27, 1492 when Columbus sighted the island two weeks after discovering San Salvador. It was initially disregarded by the Spanish, because it boasted so little gold, but that would change eventually. In 1512 a three hundred man task force..."

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