Synopses & Reviews
Originally published in 1968, a portrait of the iconic guerrilla revolutionary, presented from the perspectives of his comrades and complemented by tributes by world figures, offers insight into the political climate of his time and includes in a latest edition new material about his death, role in the revolutions of 1968, and ongoing legacy.
Useful for those interested in Che Guevara and the legacy he left behind, this book includes material which reveals how Che's death and example led to the revolutions of 1968, particularly in France, the UK and the USA. It also includes Fidel Castro's speech on Che's death, along with Inti Peredo's insistence that the struggle would continue.
These features, which are fully complemented with posters, intimate photographs and other ephemera, will ensure that this is an essential purchase for anyone interested in this enduring icon, and the legacy he left behind.