Episodes of the Cuban Revolutionary War, 1956-58
"Ernesto Che Guevara, Argentine by birth, became a central leader of the Cuban revolution and one of the outstanding communists of the 20th century. This book is his firsthand account of the military campaigns and political events that culminated in the January 1959 popular insurrection that overthrew the U.S.-backed dictatorship in Cuba." "With clarity and humor, Guevara describes his own political education. He explains how the struggle transformed the men and women of the Rebel Army and July 26 Movement led by Fidel Castro. And how these combatants forged a political leadership capable of guiding millions of workers and peasants to open the socialist revolution in the Americas." "Guevara's Episodes of the Cuban Revolutionary War appears here complete for the first time in English."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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and en cuba ' s spanis ist dos Every social movement lives within the channels of
its own history and continuity . To mine the richness of the events Guevara
describes in Episodes of the Cuban Revolutionary War , the reader is obliged to
On April 17 , 1961 , 1 , 500 Cuban - born mercenaries invaded Cuba at the Bay of
Pigs on the southern coast . The action , organized by Washington , aimed to
establish a " provisional government " to appeal for direct U . S . intervention .
Cuban revolution 8 Speak To Speak the Tra Why Washington ' s ' Cold War '
against Cuba Doesn ' t End To Speak the Truth Why Washington ' s ' Cold War '
against Cuba Doesn ' t End Fidel Castro and Che Guevara In historic speeches ...
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I wish I could read this in its original language (whatever Che was speaking and writing.) A good read overall. Consulter l'avis complet
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He had an attack of nerves, there in the solitude of the mountains and the guerrilla camp. He began to shout that he had been promised a camp with abundant food and antiaircraft defenses, but instead ... Consulter l'avis complet
Introduction by MaryAlice Waters
A revolution begins 19551956
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