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Bay of Pigs Bay of Pigs Invasion, failed attack of Cuba at the Bahía de Cochinos (Bay of Pigs), or Playa (Girón Beach) to Cubans, on the southwestern coast by around 1,500 Cuban exiles contradicted to Fidel Castro. The intrusion was financed and coordinated by the U.S. government. An attack of Cuba had been arranged by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) since May 1960. The insight of continuing with the attack had been bantered inside the recently initiated organization of President John F. Kennedy before it was at long last endorsed and did. On April 15, 1961, three U.S.- made planes steered by Cubans bombarded Cuban air bases. After two days the Cubans prepared by the United States and utilizing U.S. gear arrived at a few destinations. The primary arrival occurred at the Bay of Pigs on the south-central coast. The invasion power was unequal to the quality of Castro's troops, and by April 19 its last fortification had been caught, alongside in excess of 1,100 men. In the fallout of the attack, critics accused the CIA of providing broken data to the new president and furthermore noticed that, regardless of Kennedy's requests, supporters of Batista were incorporated into the invasion force, though individuals from the noncommunist People's Revolutionary Movement, considered the most fit anti-Castro group, were excluded. The caught individuals from the attack power were detained. From May 1961 the Kennedy administration informally supported endeavors to deliver the detainees, however the endeavors of the Tractors for Freedom Committee, headed by Eleanor Roosevelt, neglected to raise the $28,000,000 required for heavy-construction equipment requested by Castro as reparations. The conditions for the payoff changed a few times amid the following a while; subsequent to careful arrangements by James B.

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