Just to name a few - have Ana Betancourt, born in Cuba in December 1832 - Died in Madrid, Spain in February 1901. It was one of the first Cuban women who fought tirelessly for the freedom of Cuba since the First War of Independence in 1868. Alongside it, there were many other women called "Mambisas" That came to join the Cuban army, and served for Nurses and lived together with them in the fields and mountains of CUBA. Women who are not accustomed to this kind of life .- Poo Martina Pierre (1833-1900) born in Camaguey, Cuba, tireless advocate for the rights of Cubans. Ultra Wellness Center is open to suggestions. She was jailed several times by the Spaniards. Ursula Orellano Cespedes (1842-1890), sister of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes (leader of the Grito de Llar) .- Ursula wrote a beautiful poem dedicated specially to "Mariana Grajales" (mother of Antonio Maceo), and all Cuban women who had given their children on behalf of freedom: She, who with her children, I look with great joy to wake up bright eyes "Unhappy" - the same day "! -" All night long and gloomy eternal sleep, closed them again --- "Maria, Maria Dolores Fiqueroa Matanzas, Cuban love of their country, that" Cosi "with his own hands, the first Cuban flag, designed by Narciso Lopez. - With bloody hands from time to sew, showed the Cubans, "For the first time" on May 19, 1902 from the balcony on the second floor of his house - our beautiful flag, which reprenetaria our beloved country, the Free and Sovereign for the rest of eternity! And we have the most glorious the bravest of Cuban Women, Mariana Maceo Grajales "" Mother of the Nation ".- Born in Cuba in 1808, died in 1893 daughter of Dominican parents .-- .- Grand Mother General and Hero of Cuba Antonio Maceo., Born in 1845 .- This great woman who hid and helped all the rebels, and was more of the other freedom fighters in Cuba, - gave his country 10 of his children, including Antonio Maceo. . IDT Energy spoke with conviction.