Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War



The Writings Of One Of The Greatest Icons Of The 20th Century Revolutionary Leader Che Guevara These Diaries Follow On From The Events Recorded In The Motorcycle Diaries And Recount The Experiences That Would Make Che A Figure Known Around The World.Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War

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[BOOKS] ✯ Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War  By Ernesto Che Guevara – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 314 pages
  • Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War
  • Ernesto Che Guevara
  • English
  • 01 April 2018
  • 0007277210

10 thoughts on “Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War

  1. says:

    This is a wonderful account of battles on the ground during the Cuban revolution, but it can be very hard to follow at times The book features lots of different names and places which can leave the reader at times quite confused.Although this book lacks a considerable amount of stand out anecdotes, there is a story about a puppy that will tug on the heart strings and a few tales of individual acts of bravery that you will have no choice but to admire.This is not a book that encourages you to ju This is a wonderful account of battles on the ground during the Cuban revolution, but it can be very hard to follow at times The book features lots of different names and places which can leave the reader at times quite confused.Although this book lacks a considerable amoun...

  2. says:

    Full review at The Pluviophile Reader stars.Paperback, 320 pages.Read from February 07 to 16, 2015.I picked up this gem while I was actually in Cuba back in January of this year It was my first trip to Cuba and I realized how little I knew about this fascinating little country with its big and expansive history Thankfully there wasn t a shortage of propaganda where I was staying If I hadmoney and space in my suitcase I would have purchased quite a fewboo Full review at The Pluviophile Reader stars.Paperback, 320 pages.Read from February 07 to 16, 2015.I picked up this gem while I was actually in Cuba back in January of this year It was my first trip to Cuba and I realized how little I knew about this fascinating little country with its big and expansive history Thankfully there wasn t a shortage of propaganda where I was staying If I hadmoney and space in my...

  3. says:

    I think this is probably necessary reading for anyone who ever cared about political change You don t have to agree with him, but it s fascinating to a point.There s a lot of reciting of facts names mostly and while it s actually quite touching that he cared enough to want the names of his fellow revolutionaries to be remembered, it doesn t make it a page turner.Mostly, it was one of those books which didn t change my mind so much as reassure me that I hold the o...

  4. says:

    Pasajes y vivencias personales del Che desde el desembarco del Granma en la playa de las Coloradas hasta la batalla final en Santa Clara El libro muestra a un Che intimista que reconoce sus miedos e incluso su falta de destreza tanto con el fusil como con el botiqu n Para Fidel una Cuba libre de Batista es el objetivo final, mientras que para el Che Cuba no es m s que el ejemplo para otros pa ses sometidos Quiz s el aspecto m s interesante que ofrece el libro, desde mi punta de vista, es la d Pasajes y vivencias personales del Che desde el desembarco del Granma en la playa de las Coloradas hasta la batalla final en Santa Clara El libro muestra a un Che intimista que reconoce sus miedos e incluso su falta de destreza tanto con el fusil como con el botiqu n Para Fidel una Cuba libre de Batista es el objetivo final, mientras que para el Che Cuba no es m s que el ejemplo para otros pa ses sometidos ...

  5. says:

    I ve always been fascinated by the cult status of Che Guevara, a man who is still held up as a symbol of hope and freedom that resonates with anyone who has felt oppressed by others around them This book covers his diary entries from his time fighting in the Cuban Revolution and gives an honest and interesting eyewitness account of the events that unfolded There are a lot of facts and names in each entry which can make it difficult to read at times, but I admire Che s commitment to keeping the I ve always been fascinated by the cult status of Che Guevara, a man who is still held up as a symbol of hope and freedom that resonates with anyone who has felt oppressed by others around them This book covers his diary entries from his time fighting in the Cuban Revolution and gives an honest and interesting eyewitness account of the events that unfolded There are a lot of...

  6. says:

    It s a great story, but not by Che s telling I don t consider him a very accomplished diarist His is a reportage style, declarative and dry I was hoping forA diarist that has all the tools of creative nonfiction at h...

  7. says:

    This is a book important for what it reveals and the man who wrote it rather than the style and prose I read it in bite sizes and the short chapters suited this My only criticism would be that the final stages seem rushed and given short attention compared to the early stages of struggle.The main interest is in the degree of personal sacrifice given by each companero in the struggle Lack of essential supplies, hunger, thirst, exhaustion, lack of shoes, ammunition, reliable support from those This is a book important...

  8. says:

    FINALLY FINISHED aside from the small section featuring a few of castro s letters, this book has likely been my least favorite to read this semester to me, guevara s writing is impossibly bland, mixed with his tendency to be an unreliable and unlikeable narrator but hey, i have an exam next week over roughly 30 pages worth of notes, including bits from this book, as well as two others at least the other two books arememorable eh i don t not like learning about the cuban revolu FINALLY FINISHED aside from the small section featuring a few of castro s letters, this book has likely been my least favorite to read this semester to me, guevara s writing is impossibly blan...

  9. says:

    This book gives a great insight into the everyday struggles of revolution I find it so interesting, to be able to get inside Che s mind, the incredibly intelligent and cultured man who had a big heart and a dream of spreading freedom and joy across the world Che s admirable attention to detail and his remarkable depiction of a guerrilla s emotional and psychological developments during a revolutionary war makes this a very dynamic read, not to mention his wit, which, at times, will really give This book gives a great insight into the everyday struggles of revolution I find it so interesting, to be able to get inside Che s mind, the incredibly intelligent and cultured man who had a big heart and a dream of spreading freedom and joy across the world Che s admirable attention to detail and his remarkable depiction of a guerrilla s emotional and psychological developments during a revolutionary war makes this a very dynami...

  10. says:

    explendid view over the revolutionary period in Cuba

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