Sunday, November 26, 2017

Movies about Che Guevara

Che: Part Two (2008):

In 1967, Ernesto 'Che' Guevara leads a small partisan army to fight an ill-fated revolutionary guerrilla war in Bolivia, South America.

Che: Part One(2008):

In 1956, Ernesto 'Che' Guevara and a band of Castro-led Cuban exiles mobilize an army to topple the regime of dictator Fulgencio Batista.

Diarios de motocicleta(2004):

The dramatization of a motorcycle road trip Che Guevara went on in his youth that showed him his life's calling.

Carnet de identidad(1970):


Thursday, June 14, 2012

story of che guevara

Che Guevara was an Argentinean-born, Cuban revolutionary leader who became a left-wing hero. A photograph of him by Alberto Korda became an iconic image of the 20th century.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, known as Che Guevara, was born on 14 June 1928 in Rosario, Argentina into a middle-class family. He studied medicine at Buenos Aires University and during this time travelled widely in South and Central America. The widespread poverty and oppression he witnessed, fused with his interest in Marxism, convinced him that the only solution to South and Central America's problems was armed revolution.
In 1954 he went to Mexico and the following year he met Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. Guevara joined Castro's '26th July Movement' and played a key role in the eventual success of its guerrilla war against Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista.
Castro overthrew Batista in 1959 and took power in Cuba. From 1959-1961, Guevara was president of the National Bank of Cuba, and then minister of industry. In this position, he travelled the world as an ambassador for Cuba. At home, he carried out plans for land redistribution and the nationalisation of industry.
A strong opponent of the United States, he guided the Castro regime towards alignment with the Soviet Union. The Cuban economy faltered as a result of American trade sanctions and unsuccessful reforms. During this difficult time Guevara began to fall out with the other Cuban leaders. He later expressed his desire to spread revolution in other parts of the developing world, and in 1965 Castro announced that Guevara had left Cuba.
Guevara then spent several months in Africa, particularly the Congo, attempting to train rebel forces in guerrilla warfare. His efforts failed and in 1966 he secretly returned to Cuba. From Cuba he travelled to Bolivia to lead forces rebelling against the government of René Barrientos Ortuño. With US assistance, the Bolivian army captured Guevara and his remaining fighters. He was executed on 9 October 1967 in the Bolivian village of La Higuera and his body was buried in a secret location. In 1997 his remains were discovered, exhumed and returned to Cuba, where he was reburied.


Friday, May 4, 2012

movie about che : diarios de motociclet for torrent

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Farewell Letter from Che Guevara to Fidel Castro Published: October 3, 1965 Source: "Texts," Modern Age 1988 Translation: Ch. Pantziou HTML formatting: Mike B.

Fidel, At the moment I remember many things when I met Mary at her home, Antonia, when you proposed I come along, the intensity of preparation. One day they came and asked who should be notified in case of our death. Then we realized the possibility. Later we learned it was true that in a revolution one wins or dies (if true). Many comrades fell along the way to victory. Today everything has a less dramatic tone, because we are more mature, but the event repeats. I feel I have done my duty towards the Cuban revolution in its territory, and say farewell to you, comrades, your people who now are mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of commander, and my nationality. I have no legal binds me to Cuba. The only ties are of another kind-those who can not be broken as can appointments to posts. Reviewing my past life, I have worked with sufficient integrity and dedication to consolidate the revolutionary triumph. My only serious failing was not I had more confidence than the first time in the Sierra Maestra, and not having understood quickly enough your leadership and revolutionary capabilities. I lived next to you wonderful moments and I feel honored to belong to your people in the brilliant yet sad days of the crisis in the Caribbean. Few politicians are nowadays so brilliant as you. I am also proud to follow without hesitation, which was identified with the way you think and appreciate the risks. Other nations of the world summon my modest efforts of assistance. I can do what you can not because of your responsibility as the head of Cuba, and the time came to part. You must know that I do so with mixed feelings. I leave here the purest of my hopes as a builder and those I loved. And let the people who received me as a son. That wounds a part of my soul. I carry to new battlefronts the faith that you taught me, the revolutionary spirit of my people, the feeling of fulfilling the most sacred of duties: to fight wherever it may be imperialism. This is a source of strength, and more than heals the deepest wounds. I declare once more that I free Cuba from all responsibility, except that which stems from its example. If death finds me under other skies, my last thought will be of this people and especially for you. I am grateful for your teaching and your example, which will try to be faithful until the final consequences of my acts. I always identified with the foreign policy of our revolution, and continue. Wherever I am, I will feel the responsibility of being a Cuban revolutionary, and as such will behave. I am not sorry that I leave nothing material to his wife and my children. I was so happy. We ask nothing for them because the state will provide them with enough to live and be educated. I would have much to say to you and our people, but I feel it is useless. Words can not express what I want and there is no reason to spend pages. Always ahead for the win! Homeland or Death! To embrace with all my revolutionary fervor.

Sunday, June 19, 2011