Héctor G. Aguililla, a notable ex-Cuban government diplomat, a Bachelor of Internal Relations, a small business owner, a naturalized US citizen, a dutiful head of family; has finished his new book Misión y Escape durante la Guerra Fría: a contemplative journey of a man sent by the Cuban government as an agent diplomat during the Cold War. Here the author recounts the intense years of his missionary life. It covers the cultural events, adventures, sacrifices, and some important parts of the story that remained untold or shrouded in mystery.
“This fascinating personal memoir by a senior former Cuban diplomat reveals facts about international relations that are often mysteriously kept from the public eye. The use of diplomacy as a means of conducting covert special operations and, in particular, arms deliveries and military training Cuba to Latin American narco-guerrillas, as well as its little-known military presence in Syria uncovered during the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
It tells first-hand secret or little-known events that occurred during the Cold War, when diplomacy, espionage, arms trade and military intervention were intertwined with interfering in the affairs of other states, primarily in the United States middle East, Africa and Latin America.”
Héctor G. Aguililla’s interesting short story, published by Page Publishing, is a portrait of unforgettable memories that have shaped not only world history, but also that of the author.
It’s an informative, political and interesting reminder of one man’s journey.
Readers interested in experiencing this insightful work can purchase Misión y Escape durante la Guerra Fría online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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