In this post, we will see the biography of Ernesto “Che” Guevara by I. R. Lavretsky. Che perhaps is the most iconic face of a revolutionary, and indeed in deed he was a revolutionary at heart till his untimely and gruesome death.
About the book:
This book by I. R. Lavretsky, Dr. Sc. (Hist.), Is concerned with the life and activities of the outstanding revolutionary and fighter for the national liberation of the Latin American peoples Ernesto Che Guevara. The author makes use of numerous documents, press Items, notes from personal conversations with friends, relatives and comrades-in-arms of Che Guevara, as well as a wealth of photographs.
The book was translated from the Russian by A. B. Eklof and was designed by V. An. The book was first published by Progress Publishers in 1976.
Original scan by IA user Thomas Mrett. We cleaned, OCRed, bookmarked the scan.
The Internet Archive link.
THE ROAD TO THE “GRANMA”
A Lost Battle
Fighting in the Mountains
The Daily Life of a Guerrilla
Through Santa Clara to Havana
“PATRIA 0 MUERTE”
In the Whirlwind of Revolution
The World of Socialism
A Shock Worker for Communism
“Cuba Si, Yanqui No!”
A Mysterious Disappearance
The Camp on the Nancahuasu River
And Again the Thunder of Battle
On the Other Side of the Barricades
The Immortal Cause of Revolution
LANDMARKS IN THE LIFE OF ERNESTO CHE GUEVARA