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AddressCalle 30 No. 518 (esq. 7ma)
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La Habana (Havana)
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Robert Merryweathet
Sun, 4 Feb 2018 12:36 EST
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I am a Canadian sailing to Cuba on a US ship,do I require a Cuba passport?
Howard Gonzalez Ramos
Wed, 18 Sep 2013 03:21 EDT
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I'm cuban, I would like to live and work in canada with my family, I have experience in the building i worked in moscu and cuban customs works also my email is
Michael S. Thompson
Tue, 6 Dec 2011 11:29 EST
Missing US Pilot Matanzas, Cuba 12/14-12/17/1961
" On Dec. 15, 1961, several farmers cutting cane in a field outside the town of Matanzas in the province of the same name, saw a small twin engine aircraft dropping leaflets over the area. These leaflets were of an anti-Communist nature. Anti-aircraft artillery fire from the ground hit the small craft as it passed overhead and the plane crashed into the side of a sugar cane mill about a mile from the city limits. Both pilots, who were identified as Americans, were killed upon impact."

Hi, Been looking for my father for 50 years this month, if you have any kind of information or could give this information to Cuban officials who might know something about this please contact me, would like to find his remains and bring him home. Thanks for your time.
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