Julio Antonio Mella

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Ocean Sur, Apr 1, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 178 pages
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This is a new Rebel Lives title about Julio Antonio Mella, who was only twenty-five when he was assassinated in Mexico in 1929, but who was already recognized internationally as a young Communist leader. Often regarded as a victim of the Stalin-Trotsky struggle, he was also famous for his relationship with photographer Tina Modotti.

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Julio Antonio Mella (born 1903) was only 25 when he was assassinated in exile in Mexico in 1929, but was already recognized internationally as a student leader and prominent in the world communist movement. A committed Marxist and fervent in his opposition to the Machado dictatorship in Cuba, he also provoked the ire of the Stalinist bureaucrats in Moscow. Julio CÚsar Guanche is an award-winning Cuban journalist and essayist who has been the director of the Cuban Book Institute and has contributed to many Cuban and international publications. He is the author of En el borde de todo: "El hoy y la manana de la revolucion en Cuba.

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