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    Here is the story of political prisoners finally freed in December 2014, after being held captive by the United States since the late 1990s.

    Through the 1980s and 1990s, violent anti-Castro groups based in Florida carried out hundreds of military attacks on Cuba, bombing hotels and shooting up Cuban beaches with machine guns. The Cuban government struck back with the Wasp Network - a dozen men and two women - sent to infiltrate those organizations.

    The Last Soldiers of the Cold War tells the story of those unlikely Cuban spies and their eventual unmasking and prosecution by US authorities. Five of the Cubans received long or life prison terms on charges of espionage and murder. Global best-selling Brazilian author Fernando Morais narrates the riveting tale of the Cuban Five in vivid, pause resisting detail, delving into the decades-long conflict between Cuba and the US, the growth of the powerful Cuban exile community in Florida, and a trial that eight Nobel Prize winners condemned as a travesty of justice.

    The Last Soldiers of the Cold War is both a real-life spy thriller and a searching examination of the Cold War's legacy.

    ©2015 Fernando Morais, Robert Ballantyne, Alex Olegnowicz (P)2020 Random House Audio

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    • Maria S
    • 16/08/2020

    Fun read but very one sided.

    This book is evidently written by pro revolutionist. The depiction is one of the good guys versus the bad guys. Too black and white and therefore not trustworthy. Additional, there is a incorrect depiction of the US immigration system, especially for Cubans in the 1990s.

    It’s a fun read, just don’t believe the hype.

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