Legendary German photographer Heinrich Heidersberger in 1954, he worked on the cruise ship MS Atlantic.
He made thousands of frames, capturing Americans on the way from new York to Havana is the path that the Americans had not been opened for over 50 years.
A friend from Italy told Heidersberger to sail on the ship that he learned the relatively new art of color photography. The footage disappeared for decades and was only discovered in 2001. Heidersberger was surprised how well preserved slides.
Before coming to power Fidel Castro and the 1959 revolution, the Caribbean island was a favorite place for recreation and entertainment of wealthy Americans. But after the embargo on trade and travel of President Kennedy at the height of the Cold war in the early ‘ 60s, Cuba became illegal for Americans to place.
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