Guerrilla Warfare Paperback – 7 Jan 2013
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Praise for ‘Guerrilla Warfare’:
'Che's political testament…a manifesto for revolutionary idealists.' Observer
‘An incredible opportunity to see inside the mind of a revolutionary and learn not just why he fought but how.’ Leeds Guide
‘In “Guerrilla Warfare” we find the idealism that made Che an icon decades after his death and an inspiration.’ Buzz magazine
Praise for ‘The Motorcycle Diaries’:
‘It’s true: Marxists just wanna have fun.’ Guardian
'What distinguishes these diaries is that they reveal a human side to El Che which historians have successfully managed to suppress…one senses El Che's belief that determination and conviction can be enough to change one's self and others…a joy to read from start to finish.' Financial Times
'Political incorrectness galore…his book should do much to humanise the image of a man who found his apotheosis as a late Sixties cultural icon. It is also, incidentally, a remarkably good travel book about South America.' Scotsman
'Politically-correct revolutionary hero? Perhaps a few years later, but in this account Che Guevara comes over as one of the lads.' Bike News--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara was born in Argentina in 1928. After fighting alongside Fidel Castro in the three-year guerilla war in Cuba, he became Minister for Industry following the victory of the Cuban Revolution. In 1966 he established a guerilla base in Bolivia. He was captured and killed in 1967.--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Top Customer Reviews
So if you soon intend to pack your bags with revolutionary intentions, you may want to consider finding something with a little more depth, lest you find yourself out of yours.
Indeed the devoted disciples will cry "Nay!". Yes this book has most certainly later been refined to reflect his own experiences and does ameliorate ones knowledge of his life, but only in minute fashion. However if you are interested in Che, you are only a few clicks away from the impeccable "Che: A Revolutionary Life" whence you may pack that "iconic" t-shirt away, as the man himself would most certainly not approve.
Guerrilla Warfare is a short and arguably worthwhile read, but life is equally terse and there are better books to be bothered with.
Anybody with even a fleeting interest in this great man are advised to read this book.
i started reading che's writings in date order when come to this book i thought it would be the lest interesting but i was shocked at how in depth it is
is a must for any che fan
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A must read for any military men/women, this being the way all future conflicts will be conducted by insurgencies. Especially relevant for guys in the jungle environment.Published 6 months ago by Mr. C Dunn
At the beginning of January, 1959, in a rapid consideration and synthesis of the guerrilla Cuban process, newly reached, Fidel Castro, got enthusiastic with his social military... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Enrique Alonso
A very interesting book but not particularly well written or is it a loss in translation.Published 13 months ago by Rod Saar