By Ernesto Che Guevara
This can be Che Guevara’s final diary, compiled from notebooks present in his backpack while he used to be captured via the Bolivian military in October 1967 and hence carried out. It turned an speedy bestseller.
Newly revised by way of Che’s widow (Aleida March), and together with a considerate preface by means of his eldest son Camilo, this can be the definitive account of the try to spark a continent-wide revolution in Latin America.
Features of this re-creation include:
Preface through Camilo Guevara
Introduction through Fidel Castro
“Thanks to Che’s invariable behavior of noting the most occasions of every day, we've carefully special, necessary and targeted info at the heroic ultimate moments of his lifestyles in Bolivia.”—Fidel Castro
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