Mexican Revolution of 1910 has some similarities with the Cuban revolution of the 1950s.
both were launched against long-standing personal rules (Diaz, Batista); both were nationalistic responses to foreign control of internal resources and economy;
both involved demands for redistribution of land;
both involved what was essentially guerilla warfare against national military forces.
the outcomes of the revolutions were different;
Cuban revolution resulted in establishment of Marxist-Leninist socialist government; Mexican government enacted constitution of 1917 which appeared to establish liberal democracy;
actual government controlled by single party.
Also Cuba and Guatemala in the 50’s
both based on populist appeal of laboring groups, nationalist expropriation of foreign capital, land redistribution.
Guatemalan reform movement under Arevalo and Arbenz halted by intervention of U.S. Central Intelligence Agency in support of business interests while Cuban revolt under Castro resulted in creation of Marxist-Leninist state with economy dependent on Soviet Union; succeeded where Guatemalan thwarted by U.S. intervention.