The thing about friendship that distinguishes it from all other relationships is that it is pure and divine and transcends barriers of race, color and class. Friendship Day is a tribute to this valuable gift.
Although the idea of friendship itself is so broad and liberating and cannot be encapsulated in the observance of a day, it makes sense to recognize the essence of friendship on this day.
In our lives, some friends spend more time with us or at least more than others, but that does not remove the importance of friendship. If you have friends who are far away from you don’t doubt to download and share the pictures we are going to share with you below.
People all over the world waits for the Day of Friendship, a day dedicated to friends and fellowship. Celebrated with great fanfare and enthusiasm by friends, Friendship Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of August each year.
A young lawyer opposed the military coup leaded by Batista; his name was Fidel Castro Ruz. Convinced that the blow deprived of any possibility of political struggle, Castro created, with Abel Santamaria and others, a clandestine organization of young students and workers, many of them from the ranks of the Cuban People’s Party.
On March 10, 1952, Fulgencio Batista, who had ruled Cuba between 1934 and 1944, triggered a coup that overthrew the government of Carlos Prio, corrupt president of the neocolonial Republic
The term “Cuban Revolution” is also used to refer to the period from 1959 to the present and the adoption of Marxist, Leninist Marti and other principles by the new Cuban government.
The Cuban revolution began with the assault of the Cuartel Moncada on July 26, 1953, and ended on January 1, 1959, when Batista fled the country, and the cities of Santa Clara and Santiago de Cuba were taken by the rebels, led by Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, respectively.
The Cuban Revolution is the term which designates the overthrow of Fulgencio Batista Movement by July 26 and the establishment of the new Cuban government led by Fidel Castro at the beginning of 1959.
The impossibility of winning the war in Africa led to the military uprising of April 25, 1974 in Lisbon, ending the colonial-fascist regime of Salazar and Caetano.