Numerous questions concerning the death of Che Guevara remain strangely unanswered
Venezuelan investigative reporter David Placer will begin crowdfunding his investigative trip to Bolivia to unearth new information about the killing of Che Guevara. With access to previously unseen files about the death of Che Guevara, Placer believes he will be able to resolve unanswered questions on matters such as the treatment of the socialist guerrilla’s body. Read more
This page is dedicated to ‘Benigno’ …. I am not a liberator. They do not exist. The People liberate themselves.
In April 1957, also during an asthma attack, Che clashed with soldiers under the command of Sanchez Mosquera. Running out of ammunition, he barely made his way to shelter. “Asthma at first took pity and allowed me to run a few metres, then it took its revenge: my heart thumped as if it were ready to leap out of my chest. Suddenly I heard the crunch of branches but by now I couldn’t even force myself to run. But this time it was one of our new men, who had lost his way.
Chevolution is a 2008 documentary on the iconography of Guerrillero Heroico, the photograph of taken by Alberto Díaz Gutiérrez (a.k.a. Alberto Korda) in 1960 that has solidified the place of Che Guevara in the popular culture pantheon.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna is born June 14, 1928 in Rosario, one of the most important cities in Argentina, in a well off family. A family with aristocratic roots but socialistic ideas.
In 1937, Ernesto is 9 years old and goes to the third grade of primary school; he follows up engagingly the Spanish Civil war. On a map he indicates the military evolution.
In 1947, Ernesto Guevara meets the young Berta Gilda Infante, also known as Tita. She is a member of the Argentine Communistic Youth. They build up a profound friendship. Together they read Marxist texts and discuss the actualities.
In 1948, Ernesto, who is 20 years old at that time, undergoes an examination at the faculty of medicine at the University of Buenos Aires. In March he passes for the examinations of the first year, in June for those of the second year and in December for those from the third year. Read more