CHE GUEVARA BIOGRAPHY

Che Guevara was born 1928, in Argentina. Che was educated at home, by his mother, "Celia de la Serna". As a child, Che Guevara was a reader of Marx, Engels and Freud. In 1941 Che Guevara went to secondary school, "Colegio Nacional Dean Funes". Studied as a physician at the University of Buenos Aires. Che Guevara explored Argentina on long bicycle trips where he came into contact with the poor. Che Guevara took part in riots against Juan Perón in Argentina in 1952. Later, Che Guevara joined agitators in Bolivia, and worked in a leper colony.

In 1953 he went to Guatemala where he joined the leftist regime of Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán. But when Arbenz was overthrown, Che Guevara was forced to flee to Mexico. Here, he met Fidel Castro. Che Guevara became Castro's chief lieutenant soon after the rebel invasion of Cuba in 1956. In 1959, Che Guevara married Aledia March. Che became president of the national bank under Castro, and was instrumental in cutting Cuba's traditional ties with the United States. He served from 1961 to 65, as minister of industry. Che Guevara left Cuba in 1965 to foster revolutionary activity in the Congo.

1967, directing an ineffective guerrilla movement in Bolivia, Che Guevara was wounded, captured, and executed by government troops. Che Guevara wrote Guerrilla Warfare (1961), Man and Socialism in Cuba (1967), and Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War (1968).

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