Che Guevara


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Che Guevara

(tʃeɪ ɡəˈvɑːrə; Spanish tʃe ɡeˈβara)
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(Biography) See Guevara
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Noun1.Che Guevara - an Argentine revolutionary leader who was Fidel Castro's chief lieutenant in the Cuban revolution; active in other Latin American countries; was captured and executed by the Bolivian army (1928-1967)
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If moral depravity had an official logo, it would be that two-tone iconic image of Che Guevara.
He and other guests from the island state, including Aleida Guevara March, daughter of Cuban revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara, visited the seaside town on Tuesday.
Che Guevara, who with Fidel Castro helped overthrow the right-wing government of Cuba in 1959, was smitten with tales of the Welsh Prince while the pair were holed up in the Sierra Meastra Mountain range during the Cuban revolution, according to former Bangor University academic Sel Williams.
Tenders are invited for "Supply by purchase of a new tractor for the needs of the production process of the auxiliary farm of the Ernesto Che Guevara Forestry Department" Boyanaovo "," Yambol "
THERE have been calls to scrap a new [euro]1 stamp featuring Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara.
Speaking at the ceremony, Cuban Ambassador Rogerio Manuel Santana said that the fighting spirit of the legendary Che Guevara still present and it is best represented by the heroism and bravery of the Syrian people and army in defending Syria and the entire world against terrorism.
Cristobal Leon Campos, historiador mexicano, realiza un homenaje en este articulo a Ernesto Che Guevara, del cual se conmemoran el 9 de octubre los cincuenta anos de su muerte en Bolivia.
Chesucristo: The Fusion in Image and Word of Che Guevara and Jesus Christ
London, Nov 8 ( ANI ): A Rio de Janeiro-based football club has made the brave move to include the revolutionary Che Guevara to its shirts, as they look to boost their kit sales.
Cuba's only two nickel plants, Cubaniquel-owned Ernesto Che Guevara and Pedro Soto Alba, a joint venture between Toronto-based Sherritt International and Cubaniquel, are both located in Moa.
The famous Wet Wet Wet lead singer plays revolutionary Che Guevara, the narrator who stalks the stage in his black beret, army boots and combat gear, cleverly linking together the story of Argentina's political struggles and Eva Peron's remarkable rise to fame.
These events and more are recounted, offering new insights into the last days of Che Guevara and his ill-fated plans for South American revolution.