El Heraldo de Cuba

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El Heraldo de Cuba was a national newspaper in Cuba founded by future President of Cuba Manuel Márquez Sterling in 1913.[1] In the early 20th century, the editor was Italian Cuban war hero, Secretary of State, and ambassador to the U.S., Orestes Ferrara.[2] El Heraldo criticized U.S. policy in Mexico in 1916, which was seen by American interests as a "grievous betrayal".[3]

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  1. ^ Otero, Juan Joaquin (1954). Libro De Cuba, Una Enciclopedia Ilustrada Que Abarca Las Artes, Las Letras, Las Ciencias, La Economia, La Politica, La Historia, La Docencia, Y El Progreso General De La Nacion Cubana - Edicion Conmemorativa del Cincuentenario de la Republica de Cuba, 1902-1952. (Spanish)
  2. ^ Black Political Activism and the Cuban Republic, Melina Pappademos, p.153
  3. ^ Cuba in the American Imagination: Metaphor and the Imperial Ethos, Louis A. Pérez, p.199
  4. ^ Encyclopedia of Latin American Literature, Verity Smith, p.179
  5. ^ "José Rafael Pocaterra", Biografías y Vidas