Three Nights in Havana: Pierre Trudeau, Fidel Castro, and the Cold War World

Author: ,

On January 26, 1976, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau became the first leader of a NATO country to visit Cuba since the crippling 1960 American economic embargo. Accompanied by his wife, Margaret, and baby Michel, Trudeau was greeted in Havana by 250,000 cheering Cubans and a 30-foot poster of himself. “ Long live Prime Minister Fidel Castro!” Trudeau would famously shout at the love-in.

In this fascinating portrait of an unusual relationship between two enigmatic world

more...
ISBN:9781554689316
 share  tweet  email
Words: 104,516
Unique Words: 7,484
Avg Sentence (words): 20.82
Avg Word (chars): 4.70
Chapters: 25
Paragraphs: 2,478
People: 1,072
Places: 299
Things: 608
Adult Reading Time:6:58
Sentiment: -0.00
Intensity: 0.06
Profanity: 29
SAT Words: 1,110
Reading Level:11.0
Complexity Index: 118

Interesting Facts and Data Visualizations

Nouns
Verbs
Adjectives
Adverbs
People
Places
Things
Sentiment
Intensity
Recommendations
africa ambassador america americans angola april batista canada canadians carter castro cia city cold country crisis cuba cubans day death diefenbaker economy embargo exile fact family february fidel force ford friend government havana henry house hyndman interest island january john july kennedy kissinger latin leader life lippert man margaret memoirs miami minister month montreal nation nixon october official ottawa part people pierre point policy politics power president press prime question reason rebel regime relation relationship revolution richard rights security speech state states talk thing time toronto trade troops trudeau trudeaus united university view visit war washington week world year york
false

Recommended Book Titles