Cuban Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro and the People


A Cuban office worker types under a painted portrait of the... News PhotoAdult,Communism,Cuba,Desk,Full Length,Havana,Horizontal,Human Interest,Image,Latin America,Occupation,Offbeat,Office,Officer,People,Poet,Politics,Portrait,Propaganda,Revolution,Santiago de Cuba,Socialism,Town,Typewriter,USA,WomenPhotographer Collection: LatinContent Editorial 2013 Jan SochorSANTIAGO DE CUBA, CUBA - AUGUST 5: A Cuban office worker types under a painted portrait of the revolutionary leader and poet Raul Gomez Garcia, hung on the wall of the Cuban state office in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, 5 August 2008 in Havana, Cuba. During the Cuban Revolution, an armed rebellion at the end of the 1950s, most of the revolutionary leaders started as unnamed soldiers fighting from the jungle. After taking over the power, they became autocratic rulers holding almost absolute power and pursuing the opposition. For some reason Cuban people never stopped to worship Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Raul Castro and others. Cubans hang their photos and portraits on the wall at home, shops and working places even when they don't have to. (Photo by Jan Sochor/Latincontent/Getty Images)