de Organizaciones Anti-Comunista BOAC
Cuban Counter Revolutionary Handbook 10 October 1962 by
FBI HQ file
number 109-584-3387; NARA RIF Number
[NOTE: The copies were very hard to transcribe
poor photo reproduction. At points where the words were
(...) were inserted to indicate a missing word or words.
brackets are not contained in the original. FURTHER
consider the date,
10 Oct. 1962, when evaluating the organizations.]
PART II: SECONDARY
Common Title: B. O. A. C.
Title: Bloque de Organizaciones
Bloc of Anti-Communist Organizations
Anti-Communist Organizations Bloc
Anti-Communist Bloc of Organizations
former soldiers of the Batista regime. Opposed to
Member of MRAC; member of one of the two factions of
UR. Claim to
be primarily concerned with underground in Cuba.
up of five or six groups in Cuba. Basic
of the 1940 Constitution.
Leading Personalities: In U. S.: Renaldo MIYARES
Coord. in Exile; Enrique SALUDES Alvarez, Boston Office of
Gustavo CUERVO, Jr.; Dr. Rafael GALIMENENDEZ; Fabio FREYRE;
Villar; in Cuba; Dr. Raul HERNANDEZ, M. D., Chief BOAC,
Organized 1960, Cuba. Claims to formerly have had some
Cuba; by March 1962 BOAC limited to support type activities
Matanzas, providing logistical support, food, clothing, and
available to guerrilla forces. Some arms are said to
sent to the underground from U. S. Communication
inside Cuba of
BOAC by personal contact only. One S/W system existed
for a while
between one BOAC member and a contact in Mexico.
III. CURRENT STATUS
Messages transmitted by clandestine radio from unknown
country to BOAC insurgents in Cuba. First noted 4
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