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by John Paul Rathbone
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Book by Rathbone, John Paul. I was reading this book in an apartment in Vedado, not far from where Lobo spent most of his mature years, so in a way this book had an extended effect, spilling over into my daily life. Lobo is still a rather controversial figure in Cuba and is well known especially a This book was a pleasure to read for several reasons.
Rathbone, John Paul 2010 The Sugar King of Havana. The Rise and Fall of Julio Lobo Cuba's Last Tycoon. Penguin Press, London. eISBN 97811010458914. To readers interested in late nineteenth and twentieth century Cuba, "The Sugar King of Havana" is a must read. Andrew J. Rodriguez Award-winning author of "Adios, Havana," a Memoir.
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Автор: Rathbone John Paul Название: Sugar King of Havana: The Rise and Fall of Julio Lobo, Cuba& Last Tycoon Издательство: Random House (USA) Классификация: ISBN: 1400168759 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781400168750 ISBN: 1-400-16875-9 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-1-400-16875-0 Обложка/Формат: MP3 CD Дата издания: 0. 8. This much-needed book will give you the tools needed to help your teen regulate his or her emotions
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The sugar king of Havana : the rise and fall of Julio Lobo, Cuba’s last tycoon, John. Cuba has known many rich men since Christopher Columbus first introduced sugarcane to the island. At the start of the twentieth century, one Cuban sugar baron tiled the floors of his Havana palace with Italian marble bedded down in sand imported from the Nile.
Julio Lobo y Olavarria (30 October 1898– 30 January 1983) was a powerful Cuban sugar trader and financier. John Paul Rathbone, The Sugar King of Havana: the Rise and Fall of Julio Lobo, Cuba's Last Tycoon (2010). From the late 1930s to 1960, when he left Cuba to go into exile, Lobo was considered the single most powerful sugar broker in the world. His assets then included 14 sugar mills, over 30,000 acres of land, a bank, an insurance company, and offices in Havana, New York City, London, Madrid, and Manila.
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Like many in Cuba’s upper-middle class, Lobo studied in the United States
Like many in Cuba’s upper-middle class, Lobo studied in the United States. Returning to Cuba in 1919, Lobo became involved in the family’s sugar business and saw the industry experience an intense cycle of growth and contraction from 1920 to 1933-the years of the Alfredo Zayas government and the Gerardo Machado dictatorship. His marriage in 1932 to María Esperanza Montalvo, a descendant of sugar industry elites, opened doors for Lobo to the Cuban bourgeoisie.
Changes in the sugar content of the water of the coconut have been followed during ripening and germination. Thereafter non-reducing sugars appear,. To a certain extent all governments try to "put their best foot forward;" however the present Cuban government is given to this a great deal more than most. Thus I applaud the John Paul Rathbone for his careful attention to reality when discussion discussing the alleged or real killings at the Senado Sugar Mill in 1933 (pages 90-100)