Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Cuba.Presented in an unpublished work of Che Guevara recounts his exploits in the years before the revolution

The Che Guevara Studies Center presents this Tuesday in Havana a work that chronicles the exploits of Argentine-born guerrilla of the years before the triumph of the Cuban revolution of 1959. The book bears the name "Journal of a fighter 'and will be presented by the Southern Ocean editorial the same day this revolutionary icon fulfill if he were alive 83 years.

The new publication "covers the unique moments of armed struggle in Cuba" since the arrival of the yacht Granma on the island on December 2, 1956 until the triumph of the revolution on January 1, 1959, "who was told by one of its main protagonists: the Argentine-Cuban Commander Ernesto Che Guevara, "says the publisher.

"The high value of human testimony and that comes from reading fosters a closer look at Che's perceptions about the realities of the island, its culture, identity and political context," says Southern Ocean. The publication of these new accounts of guerrilla activities is part of the tenth anniversary of Che Guevara Publishing Project, promoted by publishers and Ocean Press Ocean Sur, in partnership with the Centro de Estudios Che Guevara.

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