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Record of Conversation with Minister of Industry of the Republic of Cuba Ernesto Guevara April 14, 1961

By Department of National Security

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Title: Record of Conversation with Minister of Industry of the Republic of Cuba Ernesto Guevara April 14, 1961  
Author: Department of National Security
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Language: English
Subject: Government Reference Publication, Transportation., Transportation Administrative Service Center (U.S.)
Collections: National Security Archive Collection
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Publisher: Transportation Security Administration

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National Security, D. O. (n.d.). Record of Conversation with Minister of Industry of the Republic of Cuba Ernesto Guevara April 14, 1961. Retrieved from http://www.worldjournal.org/


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In the conversation with E. Guevara, [I] inquired about his point of view regarding the situation, which recently developed in Cuba, and also about his assessment of Kennedy's recent statements regarding the U.S. policy toward the revolutionary government of Cuba. In response, Guevara said that the situation remained quite tense, although he personally believes that the danger of invasion of the country by large beachheads of the external counterrevolutionary forces has now in all likelihood receded. The counterrevolution understands that given the presence of large contingents of well-armed people's militia and the revolutionary army, an operation of deploying paratroopers, even numbering several thousand troops would be doomed to failure. Therefore, mentioned Guevara, it is unlikely that the forces of external counterrevolution would undertake such a risk now, knowing that it would be senseless to count on any kind of extensive internal uprisings in Cuba.

 
 


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