New PDF release: Ernesto Che Guevara

By I. Lavretsky

Contents
THE highway TO THE "GRANMA"
- First Steps
- personality Formation
- A misplaced Battle
- The "Granma"
SIERRA MAESTRA
- scuffling with within the Mountains
- The way of life of a Guerrilla
- via Santa Clara to Havana
"PATRIA zero MUERTE"
- within the Whirlwind of Revolution
- the realm of Socialism
- A surprise employee for Communism
- "Cuba Sf, Yanqui No!"
"BOLIVIAN DIARY"
- A Mysterious Disappearance
- The Camp at the Nancahuasu River
- And back the Thunder of Battle
- at the different part of the Barricades
- The Immortal reason behind Revolution
Landmarks within the lifetime of Ernesto Che Guevara

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New PDF release: Ernesto Che Guevara

Contents
THE street TO THE "GRANMA"
- First Steps
- personality Formation
- A misplaced Battle
- The "Granma"
SIERRA MAESTRA
- struggling with within the Mountains
- The lifestyle of a Guerrilla
- via Santa Clara to Havana
"PATRIA zero MUERTE"
- within the Whirlwind of Revolution
- the area of Socialism
- A surprise employee for Communism
- "Cuba Sf, Yanqui No! "
"BOLIVIAN DIARY"
- A Mysterious Disappearance
- The Camp at the Nancahuasu River
- And back the Thunder of Battle
- at the different part of the Barricades
- The Immortal explanation for Revolution
Landmarks within the lifetime of Ernesto Che Guevara

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We· also parted with Ernesto's parents. There was nothing more to · keep us in Argentina and we set out for Chile, the first foreign country lying in our path. Having crossed the province of Mendoza, where Che's ancestors had lived at one time and where we vjsiteq some haciendas to see how horses are tamed and how our gaucho lives, we then turned to the south, to avoid the peaks of the Andes, which were impassable for our puny two-wheeled Rocinante. We had to cope with a good many headaches. The motorcycle repeatedly broke down and needed servicing.

It was precisely this conclusion that Che reached after his first journey through Latin America. He still didn't know the wheres, whos and hows of this revolution, and much remained unclear · and unfixe d in his mind, but he already had the firm decision that if sometime, somewhere, somebody began such a revolution, he would be a participant. And when in July 1 95 3 he parted with his relatives and friends at the Belgrano terminal in Buenos Aires and told them "You are parting with a soldier of America"-he had that in mind.

We had to exchange our Mambo-Tango for a boat and . make · up the difference with what remained of our meager . savings. "As a result we arrived in Leticia not only worn out but without · . a · centavo in our pockets. Our disreputable appearance naturally aroused the suspicions of the police, and we soon ended up behind bars. This time the renown of Argentine soccer saved us. When the police chief, a real hincha (fan), learned that we were Argentines he offered us our freedom in exchange for our consent to be the coaches for · the local soccer team, which was about · to take part in the district competitions.

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