Mayabeque, Cuba: The Juan Delgado Youth Detachment, young people from Patria o Muerte, was created in Mayabeque.

Made up of militants from the Young Communists League of the territory, the detachment was flagged in an act chaired by the governor of the province, Tamara Valido Benítez, as well as officials from the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) and the youth organization.

The boys and girls confirmed their willingness to face any task of impact assigned to them in order to support the Revolution.

With this objective they adopted the name of Juan Delgado González, a Cuban military and patriot, Colonel of the Liberation Army, who mong his many feats has that of rescuing the corpses of Major General Antonio Maceo and Captain Francisco Gómez Toro in San Pedro, on December 7, 1896, and driving them to the house of his uncle Pedro Pérez, in El Cacahual, to give them grave.

Yadira Montero

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