Ernesto Guevara

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an Argentine revolutionary leader who was Fidel Castro's chief lieutenant in the Cuban revolution

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Dozens of residents in Ernesto Guevara, named for the Argentine revolutionary better known as "Che" Guevara, said National Guard troops came over the weekend and went through every single home, looking for Colombians.
For Ernesto Guevara," Anderson averred, "everything began with literature.
Basing her analysis on essays by Ernesto Guevara and the new social codes passed by the Revolutionary government, Stevens shows how La emboscada and Ni un si ni un no reflect the challenges families experience as they negotiate the political and cultural changes.
This unique book is a travel diary that chronicles a trip through South America in 1952 by Ernesto Guevara, later known as Che, and his best friend, Alberto Granado.
When a 23-year-old medical student named Ernesto Guevara de la Serna from Buenos Aires and his friend, a 29-year-old biochemist named Alberto Granado, began their trek across South America in 1952, they were thinking of little more than having some youthful adventures.
The Motorcycle Diaries, a superior buddy story and road movie, follows an 8,000-kilometer trip through South America of the 23-year-old medical student Ernesto Guevara (Gael Garcia Bernal) and his older, fun-loving friend Alberto.
Based on the inspiring real-life story of a brave trip across a continent on a motorcycle, the film follows the thrilling and life-changing journey of two young men, Ernesto Guevara de la Serna and Alberto Granado, all across Latin America.
The icon of this movement was Argentinean-born Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, better known as Ch[acute{e}] Guevara, who had fought alongside Fidel Castro in the Cuban revolution.
In October 1967, forty-year-old Ernesto Guevara and a small band of haggard guerrilla warriors, serving as Fidel Castro's international emissaries of revolution, fell victim to an ambush in the inhospitable mountains of Bolivia, not far from the site where Sucre, Simon Bolivar's lieutenant, met his fate trying to spread the war for liberation in the nineteenth century.
For Ernesto Guevara, a legendary motorcycle trek across the back-roads of Latin America transformed a freewheeling youth into the controversial revolutionary the world came to know as "Che.
Cuban Thunder" by journalist Tracey Eaton includes interviews with more than 30 Harley riders, including legendary mechanic Sergio Morales, former stunt rider Antonio Miniet and Ernesto Guevara, the Cuban son of the late revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara.
By what name was the Argentinian Ernesto Guevara de la Serna (1928-67) better known?
A clay workshop features visiting potter Ernesto Guevara.
Part Two focuses on the increasingly isolated Ernesto Guevara (Benicio Del Toro) as he leads the charge from the front lines, his relationships with Alieda March (Catalina Sandino Moreno) and Tania (Franka Potente), and his ultimate fate at the hands of the relentless Bolivian military.
STEVEN Soderbergh's latest project is a two-part study of guerilla fighter Ernesto Guevara.