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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2008-2-19 09:28     标题: 【整理】文化 2008-02-19, 切格瓦拉的故事 - 4

The True Story of Che Guevara 切格瓦拉的故事

让更多人注意到这位传奇革命英雄—切.格瓦拉,他将不再只是印在T恤或是马克杯上的一个蓄着长胡子,头戴贝雷帽的模糊影像。1928年出于阿根廷,家境富裕的切,在医学院毕业之后,放弃了优越的生活,毅然决然的拿起枪杆,为了他的理想,加入了革命的行列,直到1967年被枪决,短短39年的生命,他的影响却燃烧了半个世纪






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Mexico had a historic standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is introduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role on the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

Succumbing to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served a 2-year sentence. He also heads for Mexico City.

This was a person who had tried to overthrow his dictatorship, the dictatorship by the force of arms and while a lot of the movement considered almost like a brazen, crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guess what? He was organizing to try and go back and do the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the rough-and-ready politics of his day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Leninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political occurrences have made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intelligent, very sure of himself, and of extraordinary audacity. I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement, named after the date of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on as troop doctor and is given the nickname 'Che'.
Argentine said 'Che' when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning 'Hey, you' And so, they began calling him 'Che'.

Hilda had been left behind in Guatemala. She now joins Che. Hilda announced that she was pregnant, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hildita, Che pours all of his energy into the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a ranch outside Mexico City, where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But words soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They're in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat-up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Granma, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.
[ 本帖最后由 王四五 于 2008-3-19 10:29 编辑 ]
作者: 或许可以吧    时间: 2008-2-19 13:02

homework
Mexico had his door standing as one of the countrys, on the flank of the U.S., who had stood up to Yankee purism at the turn of the century. Ernestoreconnects with his Cuban friends as he's intoduced to Au Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role among Castio's seize, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his old brother Fidel's organization.
They liked one another. He was a Marxist. As supposed, Fidel was still at prison.
So coming into international pressure, but his release of Fidel Castro after having a service of a 2-year sentence.He also heads for the Mexico City.
There were some personnel who had tried to overthrough this *, the*, but t the force of the arms in while a lot of people say in the center came up almost like crazy, crazy attack on the Monkada barracks. I was excelled to his homeland and Ernesto, he was organised to try and go back onto the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a Communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.
He's got into the rife and ready politics these day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist and Lenninist.
August 1955, eager to meet the man, who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asked Au to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasted a whole night.
Political and ** have met Fidel Castro, Cuban revolutionary, a young man, deligent, very sure in some, and exploring to our destiny.
I think there's a mutrual sympathy between us.
They share many of the same ambitions and the same analysis, to the U.S.
Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement.
They *the date among C* the only non-Cuban in the group, he signed on his troop doctor and he's been given the nickname,"Che".
Argentined say "Che" when they talk to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey,you" And so, they bagan to call him"Che".
Hilda had been left behind in Cuatemala and she now joins Che. Hilda anounces that she was preganent, which came as a bit of blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he marride her.
Soon after the birth of his daughter, Helta Dita, Che put all of his energy in the Movement and the big push for Cuba.
Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in **of the Mexico City,where he was trained militaryly. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.
But war soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement in the city are arrested and detained.They are in jail for one month. Upon their release, the Movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing the Castio and Purchases of a bid of an old boat for15,000 dollars, ***named the Grandama, to take a small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.
作者: luoyingjun    时间: 2008-2-19 14:59

on 或许可以吧

Mexico had his door standing as one of the countries, on the flank of United States., who had stood up to Yankee purism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends as he's intoduced to Au Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role among Castio's seize, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.
Then they are like one another. He was a Marxist. As supposed for Fidel who was still in prison.
So coming into international pressure, but /to release of Fidel Castro after having only serviced the 2-year sentence.He also heads for / Mexico City.
There were some personnel who had tried to overthrough this *, the*, butafford the arms and while a lot of people / considered / almost like get out of prison ,crazy, crazy attack on the Monkada barracks. I was excelled to his homeland and guess what? he was organised to triangle But I come to the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a Communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.
He's got into the rife and ready politics these day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist and Lenninist.
August 1955, eager to meet the man, who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asked Au to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasted all night.
Political and ** haven't met Fidel Castro, Cuban revolutionary, a young man, deligent, very sure of himself, in an extraordinary destiny.
I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.
They shared many of the same ambitions and the same analysis, to United States.
Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement.
Named after the date of the * the only non-Cuban in the group, he signed on his troop doctor and he's been given the nickname,"Che".
Argentined said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey,you" And so, they bagan to call him"Che".
Hilda had been left behind in Cuatemala and she now joins Che. Hilda anounces that she was preganent, which came as a bit of blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.
Soon after the birth of his daughter, Helta Dita, Che pool all of his energy in the Movement and the big push for Cuba.
Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in rang of the Mexico City,where he was trained militaryly. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.
But war soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and when most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.They are in jail for one month. Upon their release, the Movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing the Castio and purchasing a bid of an old boat for15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.
作者: beethovenvoice    时间: 2008-2-19 16:57

on luoyingjun smile.gif

Mexico had a historic -standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is intoduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role in the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

So coming to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served the 2-year sentence.He also heads for Mexico City.

There were a lot persons who had tried to overthrow his ditatorship ,ditatorship by his forced alarms while a lot of movement members considered / almost like get out of prison , crazy attack on the Moncada Barris. He was excelled to his homeland and guess what? he was organizing the triangle back on the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the red and ready politics these day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist /Lenninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political ocurrencies haven't met Fidel Castro,the Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intellegent, very sure of himself, in an extraordinary odyssey.I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same analysis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement,named after the date of the Moncada Siege the only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on his troop doctor and is given the nickname"Che".
Argentine said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey,you" And so, they bagan calling him"Che".

Hilda had been left behind in Cuatemala .She now joins Che. Hilda anounced that she was preganent, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy in the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a range outside Mexico City,where they/ trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But war soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They were in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.
作者: Sophi_a    时间: 2008-2-19 21:36

on beethovenvoice

Mexico had a historic -standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is intoduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role in the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

So coming to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served the 2-year sentence.He also heads for Mexico City.

This was the person who had tried to overthrow his ditatorship, the ditatorship by his forced alarms while a lot of movement members considered almost like get out of prison , crazy attack on the Moncada Barris. And he was excelled to his homeland and guess what? he was organizing the triangle back onto the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the raff and ready politics of this day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Lenninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political ocurrencies haven't met Fidel Castro,the Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intellegent, very sure of himself, in an extraordinary Odessa city.I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same analysis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement,named after the date of the Moncada Siege the only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on his troop doctor and is given the nickname"Che".
Argentine said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey,you" And so, they bagan calling him"Che".

Hilda had been left behind in Cuatemala .She now joins Che. Hilda anounced that she was preganent, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy in the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a range outside Mexico City,where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But war soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They were in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.
作者: 王四五    时间: 2008-2-20 08:48

on Sophi_a

Mexico had a historic -standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is intoduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role in the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

Succumbing to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served the 2-year sentence. He also heads for Mexico City.

This was the person who had tried to overthrow his ditatorship, the ditatorship by his personal arms while a lot of movement members considered almost like a brazen , crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guess what? he was organizing the triangle back onto the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the rough-and-ready politics of this day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Leninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political occurrences having made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intellegent, very sure of himself, and extraordinary audacity.I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement, named after the date of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on his troop doctor and is given the nickname"Che".
Argentine said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey, you" And so, they bagan calling him "Che".

Hilda had been left behind in Cuatemala .She now joins Che. Hilda anounced that she was pregnant, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy in the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a ranch outside Mexico City, where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But war soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They're in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat-up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.
作者: bonniegolden    时间: 2008-2-20 13:17

homework

Mexico had a historic-standing as one of the countries on the flank in the United States who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnected with his Cuban friends and his introduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in the prison for his role in MS. He has come to Mexico City to try and rebuilt his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they like one another, he was a Marxist, as supposed to Fidel who is still a prisoner. Succumbing into international pressure, B releases Fidel Castro and having only served a 2 year sentence. He also head to Mexico City. This is person who has tried to overthrow the d ship. The d ship by his personal arms and a lot of movement members almost like a brazen, crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guesses what he was organizing to try and go back onto the something.

While Ernesto is reserved serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things. He's gotten into the rough and ready politics of its day and had position himself as a patriot and nationalist and he was not yet Marxist Leninist. August 1955, eager meet the man who had stirred passion in his followers. Ernesto asks to Raul arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts whole night. Political occurrences having made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary. A young man talented very sure of it. For the extraordinary audacity, and think of there is mutual sympathy between us. They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis, the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26 movement, named after the day of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group. He signed on his troop doctor. And its give the nickname Che.

Argentina says Che, when they talk to another, meaning Hey you. And so they begin calling him Che. Hilda had been left behind Guatemala, she now joins Che. Hilda announced she was pregnant which came as a bit of blow, but curious he decided to do the right thing and he married her. Soon after the birth of her daughter, Leda. Che pour all his energy into the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long period of time in a ranch outside Mexico City where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But war soon gets out. And Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26 movement members in the city are arrested and detained. They are in jail for a month, upon they release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plan of overthrow in D, and purchases a beat up old boat for 15,000 dollars. Appropriately named the grandma to take small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.

作者: beethovenvoice    时间: 2008-2-20 17:11

On 王四五 smile.gif

Mexico had a historic standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is intoduced to Raul Castro,COLOR=red]a[/COLOR]fter serving 22 months in prison for his role in the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

Succumbing to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served the 2-year sentence. He also heads for Mexico City.

This was the person who had tried to overthrow his ditatorship, ditatorship by his force of arms while a lot of movement members considered almost like a brazen , crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guess what? He was organizing the triangle back onto the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the rough-and-ready politics of this day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Leninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political occurrences having made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intellegent, very sure of himself and an extraordinary audacity.I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement, named after the date of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on his troop doctor and is given the nickname"Che".
Argentines said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey, you!" And so they bagan calling him "Che".

Hilda had been left behind in Guatemala .She now joins Che. Hilda anounced that she was pregnant, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy into the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a ranch outside Mexico City, where they / trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But war soon gets out and Che ,along with Fidel Castro, and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They were in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat-up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.

作者: leviathan2008    时间: 2008-2-20 18:17

on above:
Mexico had a historic -standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is introduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role in the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

Succumbing to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served the 2-year sentence. He also heads for Mexico City.

This was the person who had tried to overthrow his dictatorship, the dictatorship by the force arms while a lot of movement members considered almost like a brazen, crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guess what? He was organizing the triangle back onto the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the rough-and-ready politics of this day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Leninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political occurrences have made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intelligent, very sure of himself, and extraordinary audacity. I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement, named after the date of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on his troop doctor and is given the nickname "Che".
Argentine said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey, you" And so, they began calling him "Che".

Hilda had been left behind in Cuatemala. She now joins Che. Hilda announced that she was pregnant, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy in the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a ranch outside Mexico City, where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But war soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They're in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat-up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.

作者: luweiji    时间: 2008-2-21 16:58

on leviathan2008
Mexico had a historic -standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is introduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role in the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

And they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

Succumbing to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served a 2-year sentence. He also heads for Mexico City.

This was a person who had tried to overthrow his dictatorship, the dictatorship by the force of arms and while a lot of movement members considered almost like a brazen, crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guess what? He was organizing the triangle back onto the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the rough-and-ready politics of this day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Leninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political occurrences have made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intelligent, very sure of himself, and extraordinary audacity. I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement, named after the date of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on his troop doctor and is given the nickname "Che".
Argentine said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey, you" And so, they began calling him "Che".

Hilda had been left behind in Guatemala. She now joins Che. Hilda announced that she was pregnant, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy into the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a ranch outside Mexico City, where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But words soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They're in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat-up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.

作者: Alick    时间: 2008-2-21 23:42

ON luweiji

Mexico had a historic -standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is introduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role on the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

Succumbing to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served a 2-year sentence. He also heads for Mexico City.

This was a person who had tried to overthrow his dictatorship, the dictatorship by the force of arms and while a lot of movement members considered almost like a brazen gang-bracing?, crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guess what? He was organizing to triangle back onto the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the rough-and-ready politics of his day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Leninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political occurrences have made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intelligent, very sure of himself, and extraordinary audacity. I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement, named after the date of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on his troop doctor and is given the nickname "Che".
Argentine said "Che" when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning "Hey, you" And so, they began calling him "Che".

Hilda had been left behind in Guatemala. She now joins Che. Hilda announced that she was pregnant, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy into the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a ranch outside Mexico City, where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But words soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They're in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat-up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Grandama, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba.
作者: 王四五    时间: 2008-2-29 08:37

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Mexico had a historic -standing as one of the countries on the flank of the United States, who had stood up to Yankee imperialism at the turn of the century. Ernesto reconnects with his Cuban friends and is introduced to Raul Castro. After serving 22 months in prison for his role on the Moncada Siege, he has come to Mexico City to try and rebuild his older brother Fidel's organization.

Then they liked one another. He was a Marxist, as opposed to Fidel who was still in prison.

Succumbing to international pressure, Batista releases Fidel Castro after having only served a 2-year sentence. He also heads for Mexico City.

This was a person who had tried to overthrow his dictatorship, the dictatorship by the force of arms and while a lot of the movement considered almost like a brazen, crazy attack on the Moncada Barracks. And he was exiled from his homeland and guess what? He was organizing to try and go back and do the same things.
While Ernesto was reserved, serious a communist, Fidel Castro was none of these things.

He'd gotten into the rough-and-ready politics of his day and had positioned himself as a patriot and nationalist. He was not yet a Marxist Leninist.

August 1955, eager to meet the man who had stirred such passion in his followers, Ernesto asks Raul to arrange a meeting. The meeting lasts all night.
Political occurrences have made Fidel Castro, a Cuban revolutionary, a young man, intelligent, very sure of himself, and of extraordinary audacity. I think there's a mutual sympathy between us.

They share many of the same ambitions and the same nemesis--the United States.

Ernesto was invited to join the July 26th Movement, named after the date of the Moncada Siege. The only non-Cuban in the group, he signs on as (老切是学医的,这句话是讲,他加入了这个团体,以一名军医生的名誉,应该是as的)troop doctor and is given the nickname 'Che'.
Argentine said 'Che' when they talked to one another. It's an old term, meaning 'Hey, you' And so, they began calling him 'Che'.

Hilda had been left behind in Guatemala. She now joins Che. Hilda announced that she was pregnant, which came as a bit of a blow. But curiously, he decided to do the right thing and he married her.

Soon after the birth of his daughter Hiltida, Che pours all of his energy into the movement and the big push for Cuba.

Almost immediately, he was off for long periods of time in a ranch outside Mexico City, where they trained militarily. He turned out to be one of the best shots in the group.

But words soon gets out and Che along with Fidel Castro and most of the July 26th Movement members in the city are arrested and detained.

They're in jail for a month. Upon their release, the movement goes underground. Fidel Castro continues with his plans of overthrowing Batista and purchases a beat-up old boat for 15,000 dollars, appropriately named the Granma, to take his small army of 82 from Mexico to Cuba

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