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( CHE GUEVARA )
WHO WAS HE?
Ernesto "Che" Guevara was an Argentine Marxist revolutionary, physician, author, guerrilla leader, diplomat and military theorist.
He was died in Vallegrande, Bolivia in October 9, 1967
He was born in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina in June 14, 1928
Ernesto Rafael Guevara Lynch ( Buenos Aires, 11 of February, 1900-1987). He was an Argentine entrepreneur who belonged to the Argentine upper class, in which his great-grandfather had been considered the richest man in South America was also the cheerleader of his son Che Guevara.
Celia de la Serna ( Buenos Aires, 21 of June, 1906-1965). Coming from a good family, she was an Argentine political and feminist militant. It had an active commitment with the Spanish republic during the civil war.
Ernesto Guevara Lynch
Celia de la Serna
Aleida March ( 1959-1967)
She was know for being the second wife of Che Guevara.
Hilda Gadea ( 1955-1959)
She was a Peruvian economist.
15 of February, 1956 Hilda Beatriz Guevara Gadea
17 of November, 1960Aleida Guevara March
20 of May, 1962Camilo Guevara March
14 of June, 1963Celia Guevara March
24 of February, 1965Ernesto Guevara March
When he was 20 years old at that time, undergoes an examination at the faculty of medicine at the University of Buenos Aires.
In 1955 he found work as a doctor in the "Hospital Central" of Mexico city. There he met Fidel Castro and joined his rebellion.
He was one of the main artifices of the triumph of the Cuban revolution in 1959.
Performance positions of great revelance but not satisfied and faithful to their ideals began to expand the revolution in other South American countries.
He returned his guerrilla acti-vity in Bolivia, where he would be captured and executed a year later.
He dedicated his life to the struggle against imperialism and dictatorship. It was the ultimate revolutionary myth of the 20th century.