The picture : I'd like to talk to you about a man, very popular, especially his face, Ernesto Guevara. He was a famous revolutionary, but we didn't know who he was and why he was so famous.
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The meeting with Fidel
Responsibility in the Cuban government
The event of 'La baie des cochons'
Separation with Castro
Perception of real condition in URSS
Failure in Congo
Death in Bolivia
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[...] Youth of the later 60s and early 70's a focus for the kind of desperate revolutionary action which seemed to millions of young people the only hope of destroying the world of bourgeois industrial capitalism. His dream was to create a government communist but without party. I think there is a lot a similar point with Commandant Massoud, for a lot of thing and for example, the attraction for France and the fact that they spend they all life in war. [...]
[...] Death in Bolivia Che's final revolutionary adventure was in Bolivia: he grossly misjudged the revolutionary potential of that country with disastrous consequences. The attempt ended in his being captured by a Bolivian army unit and shot a day later. On October 9th Ernesto "Che" Guevara was put to death by Bolivian soldiers, trained, equipped and guided by U.S. Green Beret and CIA operatives. His execution remains a historic and controversial event; and thirty years later, the circumstances of his guerrilla foray into Bolivia, his capture, killing, and burial are still the subject of intense public interest and discussion around the world. [...]
[...] These feelings proved that he didn't know the real situation of this country. popularity of Tito, impress her, only the one of Nasser and our Fidel are comparable. ?China is really a country where you can realize that the Cuban revolution is not single. III. Separation with Castro. Perception of real condition in URSS. Also at this time, he glorified his own kind of communist philosophy. (published later in the Socialism and Man in Cuba, March 12, 1965). [...]
[...] Ernesto Guevara. 1928-1967 Introduction The picture: I'd like to talk to you about a man, very popular, especially his face, Ernesto Guevara. He was a famous revolutionary, but we didn't know who he was and why he was so famous. I. Childhood Education At two years old Guevara developed asthma from which he suffered all his life. That's the reason he had his primary education at home, mostly by his mother, Celia de la Serna. He became a voracious reader of Marx, Engels and Freud, he had already read some of their works before he went to the secondary school (1941) where he excelled only in literature and sports where he played rugby. [...]
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BibelecBibliothèque Electronique: Site internet de publication...Histoire contemporaine : XIXe, XXe et XXIeErnesto Guevara : 1928-1967