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Revolutionary Justice: Inside Ernesto Che Guevara - In His Own Words

Narrated by: Geoffrey Giuliano
Length: 36 mins

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A unique audio primer and celebration of the inspirational life and great work of canny revolutionary and social reformer Commandante Ernesto Rafael "Che" Guevara de la Serna Lynch. Ernesto was born June 14, 1928 in Rosario, Argentina, in a family with aristocratic roots but strong socialistic ideas. 

In June of 1955, young Ernesto met Raul Castro. On July 8, Fidel Castro arrived in Mexico to join his brother and Ernesto. When Fidel met Che, "he was already an educated revolutionary," remembers Castro. The great Cuban revolution soon followed and was won chiefly because of the dedication of the Castros and Guevara. 

On October 8, 1967 in the village La Higuera, Bolivia, Che and two comrades fell into the hands of the army. A Bolivian colonel and the CIA arrived by helicopter. It was decided to eliminate Che and his comrades Willy Cuba and Juan Pablo Chang immediately. A Bolivian soldier did the job. Che, the icon, however, lives forever! 

Here, you will find the absolute perfect audio archive and practice history of one of the most misunderstood and brilliant warrior politicians of the 20th century. Written and narrated by author actor Geoffrey Giuliano.

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