The Cuban people trusted Rebelde because it contained uncensored news, which facilitated Castro to accumulate the support of many people. In Hitler's case, he had the influential backing of Josef Goebbels, and appointed him the minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. He was responsible for all newspapers, radios, film, books, music, paintings and all the arts.
Hitler used all forms of media as mentioned above, however, in Castro's case, he was heavily reliant on radio and television. Both Castro and Hitler, when they came in to power had complete dominance over media facilities. By the middle of the 1960s, Castro's government had complete control over television and radio facilities. Castro would speak on national television fo