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10 July 1836Born in Lyon in 1775, the French philosopher, mathematician and physicist created the theory of electromagnetism, laid the foundations of electronic theory and invented the electric telegraph. As a philosopher, he believed that religion has the same degree of certainty as science, and that the existence of the soul and God are as legitimate hypotheses as theories of science.

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10 July 1852A fellow student of Jose Marti at the San Anacleto School, and later a student of Rafael Maria de Mendive, Fermin Valdes Dominguez was like a brother to our national hero. Both were tried and sentenced to six months in prison for wrongdoing. They met in Spain in exile; Also in New York, where Fermin went to establish contact with Martí, who sent him to Florida to develop a campaign in favor of the Revolution. In addition, he collaborated in the newspaper Patria, was a representative of the Jamaguay Society, under-secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Relations in the Executive Branch of the Republic of Arms, head of the office of Maximo Gómez and colonel of the Liberation Army.

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July 10, 1902National poet. He was born in Camagüey on July 10, 1902. In 1920 he graduated from the Instituto Camagüey with a bachelor’s degree and entered the University of Havana in the legal profession, studies which he abandoned due to lack of resources. Published in many magazines and newspapers, such as Alma Mater, Las Dos Repúblicas and Camagüey Gráfico. In 1935 he worked in the Department of Culture of the Municipality of Havana. He met the highest advocates of the culture of the moment, among them: Juan Marinello, Alejo Carpentier and Felix Peta Rodriguez. He was a member of the Cuban Communist Party and was imprisoned for his revolutionary activities. Upon the victory of the revolution, he held various positions, such as President of UNEAC and Cuban Ambassador to Brazil. Among his works: Motivo de Son, Songoro Cosongo, Poemas Mulatos, Songs for Soldiers and Songs for Tourists. Many of his poems were set to music by notable Cuban and foreign musicians. He died in Havana on July 16, 1989.

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