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Document signed by Fidel Castro (2001)

Document signed by Fidel Castro (2001)

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Cuban leader Fidel Castro signs a diploma congratulating a Cuban worker for his social involvement.

Nominative recognition diploma where Fidel Castro congratulates the Cuban worker Eddy Villa Padilla for having participated in the "Brigadas Universitarias del Trabajo Social". Signature of Fidel Castro. 30 cm x 42 cm. Cuba, July 26, 2001. Good condition. Single piece.

Cuban revolutionary born in 1926, Fidel Castro (1926 - 2016) overthrew Batista, the US-backed dictator, in 1959. It nationalized industry and established close ties with the Soviet Union. Cuba became one of the central actors in Cold War geopolitics.

After his surgery in 2006, Castro transferred power to his younger brother Raúl Castro but remains First Secretary of the Communist Party. At nearly five decades, Fidel Castro was the longest non-monarchical regime in history.

This historic document is a direct and concrete witness of the communist system in which Fidel Castro believed all his life and, perhaps, one of the few positive aspects of the ideology: the recognition and congratulations given to workers who participated in community activities. And, of course, the large Castro signature that enhances this piece even more.

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