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“For me it has been hard to accept the idea that Che is dead I have dreamed of him often that I spoke with him that he was alive ” Includes Castro’s speech on the return of Che’s remains to Cuba in. A very interesting readAn in depth look into the life of one of Latin America's biggest revolutionaries through the eyes of his fellow comrade Fidel Castro A very interesting read

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Che A MemoirIn a new expanded edition of a best selling Ocean classic Castro describes a historic political partnership that changed the face of Cuba and Latin America He vividly portrays Che the man the revolutionary a. I have been looking for such a book for a long time I wanted to read Castro's story on Che's death how he received the news how he made sure that news was correct and how he addressed the world on thatThis book is exactly about that in addition to other related thingsI found this book very interesting because of the things I mentioned There are many stories on Che's death since it was unclear and a lot of people tried to change the true story I'm not saying that Castro's story is the true one it's just the closest one to truth since he was strongly related to the matterThere are also few interviews with Castro on his relationship with Guevara I completely enjoyed reading them tooGenerally speaking the book is very good for those who are interested in Guevara

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Read & Download Che A Memoir 104 Â [EPUB] ✼ Che A Memoir ✿ Fidel Castro – Horticulturetrader.co.uk In a new expanded edition of a best selling Ocean classic Castro describes a historic political partnership that changed the face of Cuba and Latin America He vividly portrays Che—the man the revolu In a new expanded edition of a best selNd the thinker recounting in detail his last days with Che in Cuba giving a remarkably frank assessment of the Bolivian missionFidel Castro in an Che A eBook #180 unusually gentle uite emotional mood remarks. I recently finished Fidel Castro's memoir of Che GuevaraBecause Cold War era history is an interest of mine and I enjoyed Che's The Motorcycle Diaries I decided to give this book a shot I was pretty disappointed I've never read a history book that has so much repetition I feel like one could read the first chapter or even the introduction and have read every notable thing in the bookThe book is actually a collection of speeches and interviews Fidel gave on Che Guevara mostly covering his death the type of person he was and very little elseIf you're interested in Che Guevara then I suggest reading Che himself or a less biased memoirI give it one star out of fiveOriginally reviewed on my blog at