Operation Peter Pan: The Secret War Against Cuba
Curated by History Hit • 51m
In the early 1960s, 14,000 Cuban children paid the price of freedom the hard way: through Operation Peter Pan. This top-secret mission was part of a U.S. plan to destabilize the Communist country. Its main protagonists were the CIA, the media and the Catholic Church, which claimed that the new Castro regime would separate children from their dissident parents. In this investigative documentary, we reveal what the U.S. government was really up to in Cuba. In Peter Pan's never-never land, the children never grew up; in the Cuban version, they didn't even have a childhood...
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