During the majority of the 1950s, Venezuela was under the dictatorship of Marcos Pérez Jiménez. Towards the end of his oppressive regime, tensions were rising and the people were ready to reclaim their rights.
Interestingly enough, the spark that led to the revolution was first ignited in Caracas during a Latin American music festival.
Click play to hear this fascinating story and learn about the role Abraham Lincoln played in it!
- Easy Podcast - La canción que derribó la dictadura en Venezuela - Easy Español Easy Espanol 4:57
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