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|Maximo Gomez born 1836 - died 1905. As commander in chief of the Cuban revolutionary forces, Maximo Gomez y Baez led his armies through the defeat of the Ten Years' War (1868 -1878) as well as their triumph in the Cuban revolution against Spain 20 years later. ||11/01/2005||491|
|Located in La Havana, it has a very interesting colection or aircrafts and a variety of elements related to aviation and space exploration.||07/30/2007||720|
|This intriguing ship was originally a deepwater stern-haul fishing trawler built commercially in Spain for the state-owned Cuban fishing enterprise. At some point during the late 1990s/early 2000s it was transferred to the navy, and in 2006 or 2007 it was armed and converted into a makeshift offshore patrol vessel (OPV). |
The armament consists of two SS-N-2 “Styx” launchers taken...
|A military base in havana .... exactly in lawton, 10 de octubre, havana.||09/02/2006||662|
|The Museo de la Revolution is the former Presidential Palace. Historical documents, maps, uniforms, weapons, and so on are on display as well as an entire area on the main floor, dedicated to Che and his struggle in Bolivia.||09/23/2005||354|
|Bongos Cuban Cafe|
601 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132, United States
Soviet ships being loaded at the Mariel Naval Base in Cuba, Nov 5, 1962. They were removing missiles from the country.
Never before and after, the world was so near at the beginning of World War III.
|This is Havana’s oldest fortress; the original, built on the site by Hernando de Soto to protect the port, was constructed in 1538. This is the New World’s second most ancient castle and now serves as the Museum of Arms, with many fine exhibits. It also houses the nerve centre of UNESCO’s building preservation force, currently restoring the glorious heritage of Old Havana. ||11/01/2005||485|
|Numerous historic bombers, fighters, utility aircraft, and missiles are on display here. The museum is located at the Ellsworth Air Force Base near Box Elder, South Dakota.||08/26/2007||807|
|Nice Cruise Ship in the harbor of Havana - Cuba||10/18/2005||416|
|Found by "Matzeus" on bbs.keyhole.com and thought it would be great to share here as well. Almost too cool: two cruise missiles in flight as it looks like, near Tonopah Test Range in Nevada, USA. I am no expert but they look to be real.||07/18/2005||8,846|
|A cold war legacy. The bunkers were completed in 1983 to house 96 cruise missiles on transporters - the raison d'etre for the Greenham Common women's peace camp. The missiles left in 1990||12/09/2005||684|