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Cuban revolutionaries timeline

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Gómez replaces his chiefs with men from Las Villas.

Doctor Diego Tamayo
An image of Dr. Diego Tamayo Figuredo from the Havana newspaper "La Caricatura"

Cuban Revolutionaries
An engraving of Cuban revolutionaries fighting from palm trees

Doctor Felipe González Sarrain
An image of Doctor Felipe González Sarrain y Saenz from the Havana newspaper La Caricatura.

Dr. Alfredo Zayas
Dr. Alfredo Zayas y Alfonso was the elder brother of the slain revolutionary Dr. Juan Bruno Zayas y Alfonso. He served as both President and Vice-President of Cuba.

Doctor Rafael Montoro
Doctor Rafael Montoro, a prominent Cuban lawyer, as portrayed in the Havana newspaper La Caricatura

Gabriel de la Concepcíon Valdés (Plácido)
The Afro-Cuban poet Gabriel de la Concepcíon Valdés (Plácido) was famous for his works lambasting the Spanish colonial government. After being accused of involvement in an anti-slavery conspiracy, he was executed. La Caricatura provides the text…

Raul Capablanca
Raul Capablanca was a Cuban world chess champion who also served in the Cuban diplomatic corps. This image from La Caricatura dates to his winning of the Champion of Cuba.

Dr. Miguel Figueroa
Dr. Miguel Figueroa, a lawyer, was a prominent figure in the Cuban Autonomist party, as well as active in the fight against slavery.

General Doctor Eusebio Hernandez?
This portrait has been tentatively identified as General Doctor Eusebio Hernandez, a Cuban revolutionary and esteemed gynecologist.