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  Cuba - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Cuba is south of the eastern United States, and the Bahamas, west of the Turks and Caicos Islands and Haiti, and east of Mexico.
Cuba is a socialist republic, in which, it is claimed, the Communist Party of Cuba is the sole legal political party [3], and is said to be the only state in the western hemisphere that is not a democracy.
Cuba is a one-party state dominated by the Communist Party of Cuba, in which the rights of the individual are subordinated to the interests of the state, which is in turn subordinate to the Communist Party.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Cuba   (9192 words)

  
 Cuban National Shield
The coat of arm of CUBA was conceived in 1849 by Miguel Teurbe Tolón; a Cuban patriot born in the west providence of Cuba known as Matanzas.
The ornamentation of the coat of arms is finished, always visible from the front, and border from left to right a wreath of evergreen, which represents the peace, and another of laurel, that represents the victory, outlining the coat of arms.
The coat of arms, born in conjunction with the Republic, was ratified by the Constitution of 1940.
www.nocastro.com /documents/shield.htm   (485 words)

  
 Cuba - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Republic of Cuba (Spanish: República de Cuba, IPA: Template:IPA) is a country consisting of the island of Cuba (the largest of the Greater Antilles), the Isle of Youth and adjacent small islands.
Cuba is a socialist republic, in which the Communist Party of Cuba is the sole legal political party [3].
Cuba's healthcare system is widely regarded as one of the best in the world; however WHO data cited here comes directly from national health authorities of each country [16].
www.netipedia.com /index.php/Cuba   (10036 words)

  
 Symbols of the cuban nation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The National Coat of Arms is inspired on the one designed by poet Miguel Teurbe Tolón, under the ideas by Narciso López for the National Flag.
Cuba, as the key of the Gulf of Mexico, the union of the Cubans, the sun of liberty, the colors of the flag and a typical Cuban landscape are present in the coat of arms.
The Coat of Arms is hold by a bunch of eleven sticks tied by a red ribbon, x-crossed, meaning union, because strength is in it.
www.nacion.cult.cu /en/escudo.htm   (508 words)

  
 Coat of arms
coat of arms design and details of family crests coat of arms and swedish coat of arms is the same as daviswilson coat of arms, johnson coat of arms.
williams coat of arms cannot be sullivan coat of arms and anderson coat of arms both irish family coat of arms depends entirely on what is a coat of arms by argentina coat of arms, www coat of arms.
papal coat of arms depends entirely on coat of arms images - danish coat of arms, coat of arms lion, morgan coat of arms and topics related to clark coat of arms, coat of arms crests is required for england's coat of arms.
www.oldetimephoto.com /coat-of-arms.htm   (1333 words)

  
 Cuba - Cespedes Flag (1868)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Coat of Arms, which was in the center of the wall.
To the right of the Coat of Arms (viewer's left) there was the cuban flag, in a vertical variation and to the other side, there was another flag, practically identical to an eventual vertical variation of the chilean flag, only with the colours reversed to match the colours of the national flag.
Therefore Cuba celebrates the three wars of 1868, 1898 and 1959 as a totality of equal importance, and the dead heroes of these wars and their related mythology and iconography is evident throughout Cuba.
fotw.vexillum.com /flags/cu_ces.html   (1096 words)

  
 Cuba
Cuba has the lowest birthrate of any Latin American or Caribbean country, perhaps influenced by its socialist government's policy of free health care and abortion, which was similar to the situation in Eastern Europe.
Cuba's infant mortality is as low as 5.8, lower than that of the United States, ranking as high as 7.0.
After a trial in Cuba of thirty-five members of a pro-Moscow "microfaction" charged with activities including "clandestine propaganda against the Party line", Petrovich Shlyapnikov, the chief KGB advisor to the General Intelligence Directorate, was sent back to Moscow as part of the alleged conspiracy with the "microfaction".
www.paleorama.com /Mammals-C/Cuba.php   (8117 words)

  
 Coat of arms of Cuba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Cuban Coat of Arms consists of three divisions, crowned by the Phrygian Cap (Gorro Frigio) or liberty cap that has a sole star, with the borders of the divisions surrounded by an oak branch on one side and a laurel wreath on the other.
The Cuban coat of arms is the official heraldic symbol of Cuba.
The coat of arms consist of blue and white bands in the lower left quadrant; a palm tree in the right quadrant; and a key in the sea.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Cuba   (517 words)

  
 Cuba - Coat of Arms
Cuba - Coat of Arms of the Provinces
coat of arms was adopted on 24 April 1906.
On it seems to me that they refer to the 'authentical revolution of 1933'; several links have been provided with a coat of arms-like image, which I interpret as the old Cuban coat of arms.
www.allstates-flag.com /fotw/flags/cu).html   (447 words)

  
 Pope Benedict XVI
The coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI incorporates both papal elements, as well as the elements of the coat of arms he bore as Archbishop of München (Munich) and Freising, and as the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
The style of pallium shown on the coat of arms, with either red or fl crosses on a narrow band of wool, is what is commonly known from the second millennium.
Also present on the coat of arms is a bear with a pack-saddle, the so-called “Bear of Corbinian." The saintly Bishop Corbinian preached the Christian faith in the Duchy of Bavaria in the 8th century and is considered the spiritual father and patron of the archdiocese.
www.ewtn.com /pope/life/arms.asp   (875 words)

  
 Coat of Arms
On top of it ther is a coat of arms showing the same elements, but with significant differences: the islands are drawn in elevation instead of as ground plans; the background is represented as being plain blue by horizontal lines; and the crown is open instead od closed.
Their coat of arms represents the seven islands by seven rocks on blue waves, with royal crown, and in the chief gold letters saying Oceano.
The islands are in a circle, instead of the traditional arrangement two, two, two, one, and the shield is surrounded by different elements: a flag of the Ateneo and an independentist flag.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Atrium/3642/arms.htm   (1870 words)

  
 Cuba, The Coat of Arms of the Royal Palm Tree
Cuba, The Coat of Arms of the Royal Palm Tree
The coat of arms is sustained by a bundle of sticks, whose lower end is tied with a thin x-crossed band; the upper end projects out on the central part of the shield, and it is crowned with a red cap, in whose center there is a five-point white star.
The national coat of arms has been used to seal official documents by the Government of the Cuban Republic in Arms, during the Ten-year War, the 1895 War, and by the present-day state of Cuba.
www.periodico26.cu /english/cuba_profile/arms.htm   (429 words)

  
 Cuban Gold Coins
Cuba was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492, and settled by Diego Vekasquez in the early 16th century.
Cuba remained under Spain until 1898 except for a brief period of British control in 1762 to 1763.
Cuba issued gold coins in 1915 and 1916, but no more were issued until about 1977, since when a large number of commemorative designs have been issued.
www.taxfreegold.co.uk /cuba.html   (258 words)

  
 PLMCN7 -- Havana, Cuba, April 12-17 2007   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Cuba is the caring recipient of a huge cultural and architectural heritage, is rich of the natural patrimony which results from the wedding of the Caribbean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean, and may be is more famous for the difficult political context which has tried a courageous and proud nation for decades.
The coat of arms of Cuba features a key as the symbol of the Island's ever lasting key geographical position to the Gulf of Mexico, which made it a central issue in the political affairs of the planet on many occasions since the Portuguese and Spaniards launched the exploration and conquest of the new world.
Also, due to the general slowing of the economy in Cuba, the country has fostered many artisans as opposed to industrialists, further boosting the centuries-old culture of musicians, artists and poets that is well respected around the world, especially Cuban music.
www.shef.ac.uk /physics/plmcn7/venue.php   (2043 words)

  
 Cuba Municipality (Portugal)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
It is a quite typical portuguese municipal flag, with the coat of arms centered on a background quarterly (meaning town rank) of yellow and purple.
The coat of arms is vert, a “bouquet” of ears of weath or tied with a ribbon gules, between two vine grapes.
Cuba municipality had 5360 inhabitants in 1990, and it is divided in 4 communes, covering 171 km
www.hampshireflag.co.uk /world-flags/allflags/pt-cub.html   (157 words)

  
 Cuba: vector images of flags and heraldry
»» Camaguey (province in Cuba), coat of arms
»» Havana (province in Cuba), coat of arms
»» Matanzas (province in Cuba), coat of arms
vector-images.com /heraldry.php?id=187   (84 words)

  
 Cuban Flag and National Shield
His attempt was not successful; only in 1902 Cuba became an independent republic and Lopez's flag was adopted as the official flag.
Exhausted from planning all that was entailed in bringing Revolution to Cuba, he sat a local park, and quickly fell asleep.
The coat of arm of CUBA was conceived in 1849 by Miguel Terbe Tolón; a Cuban patriot born in the west providence of Cuba known as Matanzas.
www.juanperez.com /history/flag.html   (786 words)

  
 Puerto Rico - Coat of Arms and Seal
One of the explanations of the Coat of Arms of Puerto Rico refers to the "Jerusalem Cross" on the border.
The Coat of Arms of Puerto Rico, created by Royal Cedula or Decree, in 8 November 1511, is the second National Arms given by Spain in the New World.
San Juan City Coat of Arms - The city of San Juan started using a shield by the end of the XVI or the beginning of the XVII century in which the Pascal Lamb (named sometimes the San Juan Lamb) appeared as the main image.
flagspot.net /flags/pr).html   (3458 words)

  
 Foreign Campaign and Service Medals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In the upper left side of the medal is a small five-pointed star (point-up), representing Cuba, with rays emanating from it an all directions, but especially over a landscape beneath, which is suggestive of the plains and mountains of Cuba, which are shown in the background at the lower left of the medal.
In the upper left side of the reverse, the medal bears the coat of arms of Cuba superimposed over a spray of laurel.
The ribbon to the Cuban Medal for Veterans of the Spanish-American War is patterned on the Cuban flag; it consists of a field of blue with two parallel white stripes separated by a center stripe of blue.
foxfall.com /fm-csaw.htm   (342 words)

  
 Kuba
The flag of Cuba shows an isosceles red triangle on the flagstaff with a white five-pointed star in it, otherwise five transverse stripes in blue and white.
It was created for Cuba in the year 1849 – in comparison to nowadays with inverted colours – by the Venezuelan General Narciso López in his New York exile and in it's today's arranging of colours by the Cuban poet Miguel Teurbe Tolon.
The coat of arms is a design of the poet Miguel Teurbe Tolon and shows in the head of the shield the position of the island by using a golden key (from the coat of arms of Havana) below the rising sun.
www.flaggenlexikon.de /fkuba.htm   (1299 words)

  
 Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT)
By 1999, COAT's concept of conversion had evolved to include social, legal, psychological and economic factors essential to the transition from a world based on war, greed, deception and violence, where "might is right," to a world based on peace, justice, truth, human rights and nonviolence.
This issue of COAT's magazine provides shocking evidence showing that Prescott Bush and George H.Walker were the financial managers of well-organised American effort to funnel the investments of right-wing U.S. bankers and industrialists into Germany which funded the rise to power of the Nazi Party and Adolph Hitler.
This annual research report by COAT juxtaposes evidence from a variety of sources to demonstrate Canada's complicity in international war crimes and crimes against humanity.
coat.ncf.ca   (3768 words)

  
 Chad Flag and Coat Of Arms Decals
Central African Republic Flag and Coats Of Arms Decals
Czech Republic Flag and Coats Of Arms Decals
Dominican Republic Flag and Coats Of Arms Decals
store.armydecals.com /chflandcoofa.html   (344 words)

  
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This is a partial list of the surnames we have already researched and have on record that have a coat of arms / family crest available.
Coat of arms / family crest products are available in our store.
Each coat of arms / family crest is meticulously researched and illustrated by heraldic artists from the official blazon.
www.5dollarcoatsofarms.com /surnames/surnames_c.html   (116 words)

  
 Cuba Family Crest
First found in Austria, where the name Kubeck of Kubua became noted for its many branches in the region, each house acquiring a status and influence which was envied by the princes of the region.
In the Cuba coat of arms as in all coat of arms the crest is only one element of the full armorial achievement.
Again the Family Crest is just part of the story of Coats of Arms or Heraldry.
www.houseofnames.com /xq/asp.fc/qx/cuba-family-crest.htm?a=54323-224   (533 words)

  
 Cuba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
And so it was: Three light blue stripes, later changed to ocean blue, representing Cuba's three sections at the time, Western, Central and Eastern.
Eve Devereux, in: 'Flags, the illustrated Identifier to flags of the world', 1994, has: "The ironic similarity between the "Lone Star" flag of Cuba and the Stars and Stripes of its arch enemy, the USA, is far from coincidental.
1851), a Venezuelan filibuster who, living in the USA, was anxious to liberate Cuba from the Spanish and claim it for his adopted country - hence the single star, to be added to the others." (p.
www.netlinkit.dk /FOTW/flags/cu.html   (674 words)

  
 Armenia, coat of arms
World Civic Heraldry Guide: coats of arms and flags of cities, regions, states
The arms were granted on August 23rd 1990 by the Armenian Supreme Counsel.
A tricolour ribbon - This is the flag of the Republic of Armenia.
www.civicheraldry.com /page/1278   (219 words)

  
 Army of Cuban Pacification Medal
The Army of Cuban Pacification Medal was awarded for service in Cuba between October 6, 1906, and April 1, 1909.
In the center of a bronze medallion one and a quarter inches in diameter, the coat of arms of Cuba, supported on either side by a soldier in khaki uniform; at the top of the medal, the words
The Cuban coat of arms alludes to the country occupied and the two soldiers supporting it are American troops dressed in the uniform of the period.
foxfall.com /csm-army-cpm.htm   (435 words)

  
 Coat of Arms / Family Crests / Family Crest Store   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
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 Family Coat of Arms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
I have no way of figuring out what this coat of arms represents except to pull up facts on what certain things mean.
The colors that are chosen and even the shape of the shield itself can be of significance to the family.
I don't know where the Coat of Arms orginated or what the symbols mean.
karenrager.tripod.com /catellina/id17.html   (248 words)

  
 The Cuban Order of Carlos J. Findlay
Named in honor of Doctor Carlos J. Findlay who was born in Cuba in 1833 and died there in 1915.
He spent his entire medical career combating yellow fewer.
Center medallion is silver and portrays a gold bust of Doctor Findlay surrounded by a gold rimmed blue band inscribed in gold letters "Orden CARLOS J. On the reverse appears the Coat of Arms of Cuba in natural colors surrounded by the inscription: "POR LA SALUD Y LA BENEFICENCIA PUBLICA" (For health and welfare).
www.medalnet.net /cuba_findlay.htm   (150 words)

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