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806 wordsFidel Fidel Castro Fidel Castro Fidel Castro was the Cuban Prime Minister from 1959 to 1974, and then became president of Cuba in 1974. Castro is still president of Cuba today. Castro was born on August 13, 1927 in Mayor. His father was an immigrant from Garcia, Spain. He attended Catholic schools as a child. In 1945, he went to the University of Havana. He got his degree in law in 1950. He married Maria Diaz-Blast in 1948, and he then divorced her in 1954. He first got power in 1959, after Cuba...
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