El Diario del Che en Bolivia = Diary of Che in Bolivia



El Diario del Che en Bolivia = Diary of Che in Bolivia Al publicar este documento hist rico, el comandante Fidel Castro termina el pr logo del libro con estas palabras La forma en que lleg a nuestras manos este Diario no puede ser ahora divulgada basta decir que fue sin mediar remuneraci n econ mica alguna Contiene todas las notas que escribi desde el 7 de noviembre de 1966, d a en que el Che lleg a acahuas , hasta el 7 de octubre de 1967, v speras del combate de la quebrada del Yuro Aunque el documento por s mismo no ofrec a la menor duda de su autenticidad, todas las copias fotost ticas fueron sometidas a un riguroso examen a fin de comprobar no s lo dicha autenticidad sino incluso cualquier posible alteraci n, por peque a que fuese Los datos fueron adem s cotejados con el Diario de uno de los guerrilleros sobrevivientes, coincidiendo ambos documentos en todos los aspectos El testimonio pormenorizado de los dem s guerrillero sobrevivientes que fueron testigos de cada uno de los acontecimientos contribuy asimismo a la comprobaci n Se lleg a la m s absoluta certeza de que todas las fotograf as eran copia fiel del Diario del Che Constituy una fatigosa tarea desentra ar la letra peque a y dif cil de la escritura, lo que se realiz con la participaci n laboriosa de su compa era Aleida March de Guevara Hasta la victoria Siempre Fidel Castro. New Read El Diario del Che en Bolivia = Diary of Che in Bolivia Author Siglo For Kindle ePUB or eBook – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 286 pages
  • El Diario del Che en Bolivia = Diary of Che in Bolivia
  • Siglo
  • Spanish
  • 17 October 2018
  • 9682300231

13 thoughts on “El Diario del Che en Bolivia = Diary of Che in Bolivia

  1. Paul says:

    Che Guevara waasthan just an icon on a T shirt, in his time he was a real revolutionary who played a key part in the Cuban revolution and was aiming to overthrow South American dictatorships to free the people.This book is a translation of the diary that he wrote when he was in Bolivia with a small team of revolutionaries It is written with daily notes and reports on their progress as they move through the jungle, avoiding the army that is looking for them and talking to the peasants to g Che Guevara waasthan just an icon on a T shirt, in his time he was a real revolutionary who played a key part in the Cuban revolution and was aiming to overthrow South American dictatorships to free the people.This book is a translation of the diary that he wrote when he was in Bolivia with a small team of revolutionaries It is written with daily notes and reports on their progress as they move through the jungle, avoiding the army that is looking for them and talking to the peasants to get them onside They have some early success in skirmishe...

  2. Gary says:

    An introduction from Fidel Castro and the final diary of a figure like Guevara It would qualify as worth a read on the back of that alone.The accompanying notes are very helpful as a Who s Who as you read through I found myself referring to it frequently to keep on top of this If you re looking to learn about the Guevara s history, there will be better books to start on If, however, you want to get into the man s head, then what better place than his diary It strikes me as honest and it s An introduction from Fidel Castro and the final diary of a figure like Guevara It would qualify as worth a read on the back of that alone.The accompanying notes are very helpful as a Who s Who as you read through I found myself referring to it frequently to keep on top of this If you re looking to learn about the Guevara s history, there will be better books to start on If, however, you want to get into the man s head, then what better place than his di...

  3. Calzean says:

    This diary is full of interest Che wrote a daily journal from his arrival in Bolivia to start a new revolution, one planned to eventually include the whole of South America Che shows his humanity is noting birthdays of his family, his single mindedness in the revolution, his ability to maintain the spirits of his troops, his anger when people failed in their duties and his fairness to Army soldiers he captured.The small band of rebels at times suffered hunger, thirst, illness and petty jealou This diary is full of interest Che wrote a daily journal from his arrival in Bolivia to start a new revolution, one planned to eventually include the whole of South America Che shows his humanity is noting birthdays of his family, his single mindedness in the revolution, his ability to maintain the spirits of his troops, his anger when people failed in their duties and his fairness to Army soldiers he captured.The small band of rebels at times suffered hunger, thirst, illn...

  4. Timm DiStefano says:

    Hadn t read any material on Che or had a personal opinion about the man before reading excerpts from his journals I can only dream to have an ounce of the passion he had in the face of injustice and oppression.A few bits that stood out while reading. This might have been the first time I was faced literally, with the dilemma of choosing between my devotion to medicine and my duty as a revolutionary soldier There at my feet, was a backpack full of medicine and a box of ammunition They were to Hadn t read any material on Che or had a personal opinion about the man before reading excerpts from his journals I can only dream to have an ounce of the passion he had in the face of injustice and oppression.A few bits that stood out while reading. This might have been the first time I was faced literally, with the dilemma of choosing between my devotion to medicine and my duty as a revolutionary soldier There at my feet, was a backpack full of medicine and a box of ammunition They were too heavy to carry both I picked up the ammunition, leaving the medicine and started to cross the clearing, heading to the cane field The guerrilla group and the peasantry began to merge into one single mass, although no one could say at what point on the long road this happened or at what moment words became reality and we became a part of the peasant masses I only know that for me, those c...

  5. Damon says:

    The diaries give a facinating picture into the unromantic life of a guerilla freedom fighter, but it also shows some of the diffriculties, in training, supplying and administering a guerilla army in a fight for freedom in the jungles of South America It was very sad to be reading this diary knowing that Che would never be allowed to finish his work because the CIA led Bolivian army mercenaries assassinated him and hid his body Out of all of his diaries, I enjoyed the Motorcyle Diaries the bes The diaries give a facinating picture into the unromantic life of a guerilla freedom fighter, but it also shows some of the diffriculties, in training, supplying and administering a guerilla army in a fight for freedom in the jungles of South America It was very sad to be reading this diary knowing that Che would never be allowed to finish his work because the CIA led Bolivian army mercenaries assassinated him and hid his body Out of all of his diaries, I enjoyed the Motorcyle Diaries the best because it showed his gradually changing World view, and how he changed from a promising doctor to a World renowned freedom fighter I also enjoyed his Cuban Revolution Diaries, for it showed his growing experience and learning curve in making up for mistakes and false starts, to finally freeing Cuba from a corrupt dictatorship The best writing he did was on how to be a guerilla fighter, and how the US imperialist government syst...

  6. Paulina says:

    Do not read the intro by Fidel Castro unless you want to get killed by war cries against antirevolutionaries and pure propaganda I did read it Cost me a headache It s hard to say what do I think about this book It s not really a book It s a diary I took it with hope to find some ideas, some ideals and to make a better picture of Che, without the propaganda and his icons I didn t Well, it s just an account of him and his comrads trying to get a revolution going on At first you get bored Do not read the intro by Fidel Castro unless you want to get killed by war cries against antirevolutionaries and pure propaganda I did read it Cost me a headache It s hard to say what do I think about this book It s not really a book It s a diary I took it with hope to find some ideas, some ideals and to make a better picture of Che, without the propaganda and his icons I didn t Well, it s just an account o...

  7. Vicky says:

    Around the World Bolivia The Bolivian Diary of Ernesto Che Guevara details the 11 months of the guerilla campaign for the liberation of Bolivia, until the day before his death Found amongst Che s posessions following his capture and execution by the Bolivian Army, and thus not rewritten for publication, it soberly describes campaign efforts Preparing trails and provisioning expeditions recruiting fighters and supporters skirmishes and ambushes against the army ilnesses, infections and in Around the World Bolivia The Bolivian Diary of Ernesto Che Guevara details the 11 months of the guerilla campaign for the liberation of Bolivia, until the day before his death Found amongst Che s posessions following his capture and execution by the Bolivian Army, and thus not rewritten for publication, it soberly describes campaign efforts Preparing trails and provisioning expeditions recruiting fighters and supporters skirmishes and ambushes against the army ilnesses, infections and injuries starvati...

  8. Sokari says:

    Just seen Che Parts 12 so it made sense to re read the Bolivian Diary Part 2 of the film documents Che s Bolivian campaign which ended in his death The film very much sticks to Che s account and that of some of his Cuban comrades who managed to escape during those fateful last days I felt incredibly depressed after seeing Part 2 as one begins to realise the campaign was doomed from the beginning and probably should have been postponed for at least 6 months The failure to get the Bolivia Just seen Che Parts 12 so it made sense to re read the Bolivian Diary Part 2 of the film documents Che s Bolivian campaign which ended in his death The film very much sticks to Che s account and that of some of his Cuban comrades who managed to escape during those fateful last days I felt incredibly depressed ...

  9. Andrew says:

    An interesting read but in truth not the best of Che s books both the motorcycle diaries and reminsences of a cuban revolutionary war are the better reads but in fairness Che lived to update edit and enhance the narrative with those books something which he was unable to do with this book as sadly this is the final of his journals and released after his death which occured during this campaignas ever it is still an interesting read but due to it s incomplete nature it is peppered with unneces An interesting read but in truth not the best of Che s books both the motorcycle diaries and reminsences of a cuban revolutionary war are the better reads but in fairness Che lived to update edit and enhance the narrative with those books something which he was unable to do with this book as sadly this is the final of his journals and released after his death which occur...

  10. Richard Hansen says:

    It s really fantastic to see Che s ultimately futile attempt to start a Cuban style revolution in Bolivia recounted in his own words Especially interesting for me is his ceaseless optimism in the face of circumstances which we, in hindsight, know to be hopeless To really get a complete understanding of the man behind the myth cliche, I know , it is vital to read this final diary recommended.his very own words from the guerrilla front.As a sidebar, the glossary in the back which defines the It s really fantastic to see Che s ultimately futile attempt to start a Cuban style revolution in Bolivia recounted in his own words Especially interesting for me is his ceaseless optimism in the face of circumstances which we, in hindsight, know to be hopeless To really get a complete understanding of the man behind the myth cliche, I know , it is vital to read this final diary recommended.his very own words from the guerr...

  11. Farhana says:

    I have read in many places that youths get attracted to Marxism being fascinated by socialist romanticism, they are carried away by the heroism of Che etc After reading this diary I would say, if anybody gets carried away by Marxist values, knowing about all the hardships that lie ahead, then he she is aware of his her choice It s not any kind of bleak fascination for romanticism or heroism, only sheer determination of the comrades could stand the hardship, sufferings intense struggle o I have read in many places that youths get attracted to Marxism being fascinated by socialist romanticism, they are carried away by the heroism of Che etc After reading this diary I would say, if anybody gets carried away by Marxist values, knowing about all the hardships that lie ahead, then he she is aware of his her choice It s not any kind of bleak fascination for romanticism or heroism, only shee...

  12. Abe says:

    Ernesto Che Guevara de la Serna s Bolivian diary It describes the frustration and military difficulties Guevara encountered in Bolivia that led to his capture and execution I read both Spanish and English versions Read the Spanish version if you can as somethings are lost in the translation.

  13. Edward M. says:

    Fascinating book of Guevara s travels to Bolivia to start a revolution Insights into the difficulties he had there with the climate and lack of support from the populace Great insight into his thinking and beliefs.

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