National Geographic : 1947 Jan
c( National Geographic Society The Cuban Flag, Too, Was Born in a Revolution Like the Stars and Stripes, the red, white, and blue flag was first flown when the island republic was fighting for independence. It replaced the red and yellow colors of Spain. This friendly peddler on the Prado displays Old Glory in honor of many American visitors. s~ouacnromes Dy imeivile nell urosvenor A Fashion Plate Goes Shopping inHavana Women were secluded inthe home ageneration ago. Parents frowned on their daughters' working foraliving. Now Cuban women have equal rights with men. They vote, throng tothe university, and areactive insports, politics, and the business world.