Oct 9,1967-Che Guevara Is Executed
On this day in 1967, socialist revolutionary and guerilla leader Che Guevara, age 39, is killed by the Bolivian army.
Conservatives Lose It After Obama Takes Photo In Front Of Che Guevara Mural
The conservative blogosphere had a collective melt down after President Barack Obama took a picture in front of a mural of Cuban revolutionary leader Che Guevara on Monday in Havana's Revolution Plaza...
How Che Guevara's home became a kitesurfing haven
Once a seaside getaway for Cuba's wealthy and the honeymoon home of Che Guevara, Tarara is a resort with a rich history.
Che Guevara
Un Homme d'engagement, d'action et de coeur, mais aussi un héros, un modèle et un symbole.
Che Guevara - Nathalie Cardone - Video
Comandante Che Guevara Hasta Siempre Nathalie Cardone.
Ezeiza massacre
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National Reorganization Process
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Juan García del Río, close friend of San M...
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Che Guevara
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Curved saber of San Martín
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Che (Spanish)
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The Montonero...
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Rodolfo Walsh
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José de San Martín
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Esther Norma Arrostito
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