martedì, febbraio 07, 2006

Following Che Guevara’s ascent to the position of the third most prominent figure of the Cuban revolution, he got fed up with the authority of a government official he was invested with and betook himself in early 1965 to Congo.

In his diary Che recounts the out-and-out mess in the army of indigenous guerillas whom he had engaged himself to train but who proved to be of small use as far as the making of a revolution was concerned. Among other things, there’s a mention of dawa....

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