There is no historical evidence to suggest that Che Guevara's raft was named Mambo-Tango. This may be a misconception or a fictional account.
Che Guevara was a fan of various musical genres, including traditional Latin American music like nueva canción, as well as folk and classical music. He also enjoyed Cuban music, particularly son cubano and Afro-Cuban rhythms. Guevara believed that music could be a powerful tool for social and political change.
Ernesto "Che" Guevara was given the nickname "Che" while he was in Cuba. "Che" is an Argentine term that is often used as a casual way to address someone, similar to "pal" or "buddy" in English. Guevara's Cuban comrades began calling him "Che" due to his Argentinian accent and frequent use of the word. The nickname eventually stuck and became widely associated with him.
There is no concrete evidence to suggest that Che Guevara had Irish blood. Che Guevara's family background is primarily Spanish and Basque, with no documented Irish ancestry.
Che Guevara lived in various places throughout his life. He was born in Argentina and spent a significant amount of time traveling in South America. He later played a key role in the Cuban Revolution and lived in Cuba until he was captured and executed in Bolivia in 1967.
Che used to like gold as a favorite color when he was in school. After the Cuban revolution red became his favorite color.
Cuba is about the same size as Pennsylvania.
che guevara was 5'11 inches or 182 cm
actually Che Guevara was 5 feet 8 and half inches(174cm) according to the CIA /Bolivian Government measurments after they executed him
Date of birth:
June 14, 1928
Place of birth:
Date of death:
October 9, 1967 (aged 39)
Place of death:
La Higuera, Bolivia
The Latinized spelling of the explorer's name is Columbus. In the original Genoese Italian, his name was Cristoforo Colombo.
He was from Argentina.
They were cousins on his mothers side. He knows him all his life. Alberto was 6 years older than Che. In 1952, 23-year-old medical student Ernesto and his 29- year-old biochemist pal Alberto (Rodrigo de la Serna, an Argentine cousin of Guevara's) left their comfortable middle-class Buenos Aires homes for a motorcycle jaunt around the continent.
Medicine. He was a doctor.
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Che Guevara went in under Fidel Castro and helped the Cuban Revolution. They got an American president out and Fidel Castro became president.
There is officially 216 Documented Victims of CHÉ GUEVARA in Cuba Between 1957 TO 1959, directly by his hand or by his order to execute. Although his ultimate death toll is in the thousands for those killed during military operations that he lead. He was ultimately killed in Bolivia for attempting to start the same bloody revolution that he launched in Cuba. Che Guevara's relationship with Fidel Castro can be compared to Hitler's Hoess or Himmler.
Guantanamo Bay was originally used as a prison because the US authorities hoped that by having the prison outside of us sovereign territory its method of operation would not be constricted by US law and the constitution (eg it could use torture or at least interrogation techniques currently forbidden in the US) however the senate ruled that as a US government institution it was still bound by US law and so this is not allowed. However as a maximum security installation housing many unsavory characters it at least re-assures US citizens that escapes are made into cuban, not US territory. It could also be considered revenge by the US on Castro for his sending of Cuba's worst criminals to America in the eighties.
Ernesto "Che" Guevara was killed in Bolivia on October 9, 1967.
Che Guevara was the starter of the revolution in Cuba. He hated the Cuban government and so he ordered to start a revolution. He did this by teaming up with Fidel Castro. The reason as to why he did this was because everywhere he saw in Cuba was mainly poverty and the Government wasn't doing anything about it.
Nachos are very famous, especially with a sour cream, salsa, and shredded cheese dip. It's delicious.
His first wife was called Hilda Gadea and his second wife was called Aleida March
He insisted education was vital. He set up schools, taught literacy, educated the troops and wrote many books including The Motorcycle Diaries. His influence can be seen today in Cuba's exceptionally high literacy rate.
Che graduated from medical school as a doctor in March 1953.