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Cuban boatlift

  • 1 Cuban boatlift

    кубинский "лодочный мост"
    Перевозка около 125 тыс. кубинских беженцев из г. Мариэль на Кубе в г. Ки-Вест [ Key West], шт. Флорида, в период с 21 апреля по 26 сентября 1980, в которой приняли участие сотни частных катеров и лодок (так называемая "флотилия свободы" ["freedom flotilla"]). Многие суда были собственностью американских кубинцев [ Cuban-Americans] или наняты ими для перевозки родственников. Позднее обнаружилось, что шестая часть мариэльских беженцев [Marielistas] имела криминальное прошлое, о чем рассказывается в фильме "Лицо со шрамом" ["Scarface"] (1983) с А. Пачино [ Pacino, Al (Alfred)].
    тж Mariel boatlift

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