Vida Clandestina

My Life in the Cuban Revolution

By Enrique Oltuski
(Jossey-Bass, Hardcover, 9780787961695, 336pp.)

Publication Date: August 2002

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Vida Clandestina is the first U.S. publication of the dramatic memoir of an important Cuban revolutionary who led a dangerous double life from 1952 to1959. Educated at University of Miami, then a high-ranking manager and engineer for Shell Oil, Enrique Oltuski was also a leader in the urban guerilla 26th of July Movement in Havana and Santa Clara, risking his life to join forces with Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, and working at the highest level of the Cuban government in the forty-three years since.




About the Author

Enrique Oltuski is the Deputy Minister of Fisheries and Merchant Marine in Havana, Cuba.

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