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Tis is an essential book about this lifelong murderer Che Guevara, the dirty Communist who killed thousands in the prison of La Cabana and who wanted to throw nuclear bombs on New... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Natan Avram
The real Importance of this 'cantinflenco' Ché Guevara was granted to him by
none other than Mao Zte Dong, when Guevara visited him in Beijing Mao... Read more
Fontova breaks through the mythology that surrounds Guevara and the Cuban revolution to finally bring some truth to counter the absurd legend that has been promulgated by the left... Read morePublished 1 month ago by William B. Krones
Like Fontova I cannot stand for the myth that is perpetuated concerning Che Guevara. I found the book to be obviously aggressive in addressing and debunking the myths surrounding... Read morePublished 3 months ago by DP23
Everyone interested in political science and the Cuban issue should read this book.Published 4 months ago by Bruce
I've seen criticisms of Humberto Fontova's writing style, I think they're way overblown, obviously by Guevara sympathizers. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Josh M
Here in Brazil, I read this excellent book.
This book has these main qualities:
1- It really tells the truth about Che Guevara. Read more
A must read. Please do not just be a Useful Idiot, read what this man was really all about. He was a killer, a despot, and an oppressor of the Cuban people.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The author wrote a very accurate book but sadly he sprinkled it with his hatred-of-liberal-baiting. I am not a fan of Che at all and I appreciate the accuracy at recording the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mark A Bauman