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Title supplied by cataloger.; Image is a reproduction. Cuban and Mexican women from the women's brigade rest after a day of exercising at Camp Yumuri, the Alpha 66 military training camp in the Mojave Desert. The camp was used to prepare members for military combat in Cuba against Fidel Castro, if the situation should arise. Alpha 66 is an anti-communist organization working for the liberation of Cuba. The group was formed by Cuban exiles. Alpha signifies the beginning and the group started with 66 people.
1 photographic print :col. ;10 x 15 cm. Photographic prints
00025884 ShadesÂ of L.A. Collection; Shades of L.A.: Cuban American Community S-013-364 120 CARL0004988062 http://126.96.36.199/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/79756
Alpha 66 (Organization) Anti-communist movements--United States Militia movements--United States Military training camps--United States Women--Mojave Desert Mojave Desert Shades of L.A. Collection photographs