President John F. Kennedy answers questions at a press conference about the attempted invasion of Cuba.
April 17, 2018 Licence
Fidel Castro meets the press after increasing the ransom for 1,173 prisoners captured by Cuban forces in the April Bay of Pigs invasion. An American 'Tractors for Freedom' committee journeyed to Havana to offer $2.5 million-worth of...More
July 26, 2013 Licence
Havana, Cuba- Watched by armed guards, grim-faced invaders are marched off to prison from temporary quarters at Giron Beach, Las Villas province, after their capture by Castro forces. This is one of the first pictures received by...More
Members of the Indian Communist Party marching to the American embassy to protest at US intervention in Cuba, during the Bay of Pigs invasionn. The demonstrators later stoned the embassy building.
January 01, 2011 Licence
A group of captured Cubans are lined up by Castro's soldiers on the Playa de Giron, Cuba, mid-late April, 1961. They are of the US-backed force of Cuban exiles (known as Brigade 2506) who attempted invasion at the Bay of Pigs.
January 03, 2005 Licence
Anti-Castro demonstrators display signs near the Soviet Mission to the United Nations on 68th Street, New York City. The protest was in support of the Bay of Pigs Invasion of Cuba that had begun two days beforehand.
Artillery shells scattered on the beach at the holiday resort of Playa de Giron, Cuba, after the ill-fated 'Bay of Pigs' invasion.
Castro's soldiers at Playa de Giron, Cuba, after thwarting the ill-fated US backed 'Bay of Pigs' invasion.
December 17, 2014 Licence
On January 20th 1961, the same day that US President John F Kennedy took up office, Cuban leader Fidel Castro holds a mass rally in front of the presidential palace in Havana to announce the end of a national emergency declared...More
April 16, 2009 Licence
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