Episodes of the Cuban Revolutionary War, 1956-58
Pathfinder, 1996 - 483 pages
A first hand 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 appears here complete for the first time in English.
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A famous interview IN MID - APRIL 1957 we returned with our army in training to the region of Palma Mocha , in the vicinity of the Turquino mountain . During that period our most valuable men for the struggle in the mountains were those ...
We were devoting our time to making contact with peasants who could serve as links and who could maintain permanent encampments as centers of contact with the whole region , which was growing in size . Thus we located houses that we ...
Leaving the region for a time , our forces set out in the direction of Los Cocos along the Magdalena river , where we were to join up with Fidel and capture a gang , led by Chino Chang , that was ravaging the Caracas region .
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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
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