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Cuba at Sea

Cuba at Sea
  • Author: Ron Ridenour
  • Publisher: Img Publications
  • ISBN: 0906378028
  • Page: 112
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A volunteer merchant marine, Ridenour sailed six months on five Cuban ships delivering petroleum and sailed to and from Europe with container goods. In this work, he tells Cuban sailors' views of their society and the world.

A volunteer merchant marine, Ridenour sailed six months on five Cuban ships delivering petroleum and sailed to and from Europe with container goods. In this work, he tells Cuban sailors' views of their society and the world.


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