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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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February 17th, 1957, hiding out in the Cuban jungle, a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contends with the constant threat of army ambushes and traitors in their mist. But thanks in part to Che Guevara's ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining in strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro's troop’s indirect ploys soon catch the attention of the world press.

A newspaper editor name Herb.Mathews from the New York Times who had got smuggled up to meet him. Castro gave the impression to Herb.Mathews that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men.

 

In fact, the mighty rebel army has made up of only 20 men. When the article's published a month its later, it confirms that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by Batista's forces and that their movement has thriving in the Sierra Maestra. In response, Batista deploys 1500 more soldiers to hunt down the rebels.

 

On March 25th, Batista's army arrived at my house. They surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That's why I joined the rebel army.

 

Meanwhile, July 26th, urban members signed up reinforcements. One of the new city recruits is Chunk Ryan, a 19-year-old American attending high school at Guantanamo Bay where his father works as a US Marine Corps medic.

We had a large society with the Cubans. We were all friends. We went to their weddings and their baptisms, things like that. I offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship.

 

Soon Chunk and 2 other teenagers from Guantanamo Bay are invited to join the rebels.

So we talked about it and settled a few things and left letters for our parents.

The American teams along with 50 other new recruits are taken into the Sierra Maestra. One of the first people they meet is Che.

 

I think that, that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were...were very ill. Because it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with those pack.

 

There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old Don S.

Whole rebel army including Fidel, Che, Raul, and my group was estimated to consist of 300 men.

 

Life within the rebel camp is not easy.

 

There had no soles on my boots. We ate when we could, sometimes we didn't have water.  We marched through a couple of hundred miles over the mountains. I was praying this is our territory whatever happened

 

In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of health problems which Che treats.

 

We would get large infective mosquito bites at our legs. And he would come over and take the scabs off it and put sulfur powder on there.

Men were scared of being treated by him. They called him a tooth-puller. 

 

 

 

contend

to compete against someone in order to gain something

 

ploy

a clever and dishonest way of tricking someone so that you can get an advantage

 

baptism

A religious sacrament marked by the symbolic use of water and resulting in admission of the recipient into the community of Christians.

洗礼,浸礼:宗教圣礼,象征性地用水洗浴,以表示受洗者被接受入基督教团体

 

sulfur

the American spelling of sulphur

硫磺

 

scab

dry crust formed over a wound or sore as it heals [ 本帖最后由 Alick 于 2008-3-11 20:49 编辑 ]

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February 17th, 1957, hiding out in a Cuban jungle, a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contains with the constant threat of the army’s ambushes and traitors in their mist, but thanks in part to Che Cuevara’s ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro’s troops and the** soon catch attention of the world press.

A newspaper editor, named Herben Mathews from the New York Times, who had got a smuggler, came to meet him. Castro gave the impression to Herben Mathews that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men.

In fact, the mighty rebel army is made up of only twenty men. When the article is published a month later, they confirm that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by the Tister’s forces and that movement has thrived in Sierra Maestra. In response, Bastia deploys fifteen hundred more soldiers to hunt down the rebels.

On March 15th, Bastia’s army arrived my house, they surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborate with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That’s why I joined the rebel army.

Meanwhile, July 26ty, urban members signed up an enforcement. One of the city new crews is Check Ria, a 19 old American attending a highschool at Guatanamole, where his father works as a U.S. marine core medic.

We had a large society with the Cubans. We are all friends. We went to their weddings and their **I’ll offer to help them, to get gun supply, to fight against the dictatorship.

Soon Check and two other teenagers from Guatanamole are invited to join the rebels.

So we talked about it and set a few things and left letters for our parents.

The American teens along with 15 other new recruits are taken into Sierra Maestra. One of the first people is Che.

I think that the real reason they sent Che was those men that we came with, many of them were , were very ill because it took us 30 hours of walking to get *with those packs.

There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year old Down Saldiny.

Whole army, including Fidel, Che, Rau and my group was estimated consisted of 300 men..

Life in the rebel can is not easy.

They had no sores on my boots, we’re able, we could, sometimes we didn’t have water, we marched through couples of hundreds of miles over the mountains. I was a play in listen what happened.

In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of harp problems which Che treats.

We’ll get large unexpected bites in legs and he’ll come over, take scan on * and put soft powder on our *

Members placed scared of being treated by him and they became call him “doctora sacamurila” , tooth puller.

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February 17, 1957, hiding out in a Cuban jungle a small band of revolutionaries led by FC contends with the constant threat of army ambushers and traitors in the mist. But thanks in part to Che’s ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. FC’s troops and thier exploits soon catch the attention of the world press. A newspaper editor, H M from the New York Times, who had got xx to meet him. C gave the pressures to HM that he has like 100 to 125 men. In fact, the mighty rival army is made up of only 20 men. When the article is published a month later, it confirms that F and C have survived the initial attack by the P’s forces, and their movement is thriving in X. In response, P deploys 15,000 more soldiers to hunt down the rivals. On March 25 P’s troops arrived in my house. They surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rival army. They killed my wife. That’s why I joined the rival army. Meanwhile, July 26, urban members signed up reinforcements. One of the new city recruits is Chuck Ryan, a-19-year-old American, attending high school at G bay where his father works as a US marine core medic. We had a large society with the Cubans we are all our friends. We wait to their weddings and…. I offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship. Soon Chuck and other two G teenagers were invited to join the rivals. So we talked about it and settled a few things, and left letters for our parents. The American teams along with 50 other new recruits are taken into the S. One of the first people they meet is Che. I think that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were very ill, it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with packs. There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old D T. Whole rival army going:” Fidel, Che, Raul!” and my group was estimated to be consisted of 300 men. Life in the rival camp is not easy. They had no soles on my boots, we ate when we could. Sometimes we didn’t have water. We marched through couple of hundreds miles over the mountains. I was, uh, praying with xx. In the jungles of Cuba, the rivals are vulnerable to all types of health problems, which Che treats. We will get large affected mosquito bites on our legs, and he would come over and take the scalp off and put sulfur powder on there The men were scared of being treated by him. They call him xx. Tooth puller.
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Homework

 

February 17th, 1957, hiding out in the Cuban jungle , a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contents with the constant threat of army ambushes and traders in their mist. But thanks in part to Che Guevara's ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro's troops and exploits soon catch the attention of the world press.

A newspaper editor name H.M from the New York Times who had got smuggle up to meet him. Castro gave the impression to H.M that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men.

In fact, the mighty rebel army has made up of only 20 men. When the articles published among its later, it confirms that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by Batista's forces and that their movement has thriving in the Sierra Maestra. In response, Batista deploys 1500 more soldiers to hunt down the rebels.

On March 25th, Batista's army arrived my house, they surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That's why I joined the rebel army.

Meanwhile, July 26th, urban memebers signed up reinforcements. One the new city recruits is Chunk Ryan, a 19-year-old American attending high school at Guantanamo Bay where his father works as a US Marine Corps medic .

We had a large society with the Cubans, we were all friends. We went to their weddings and their baptisms, things like that. By offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship.

Soon Chunk and 2 other teenagers from Guantanamo or are invided to join the rebels.

So we talked about it and settled a few things and left a letter to our parents.

The American teams along with 50 other new recruits are taking into the Sierra Maestra. One of the first people the meet is Che.

I think that, that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were...were very ill. Because it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with those pack.

There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old D.

Whole rebel army going Fidel, Che, W, and my group was estimated to consist of 300 men.

Life within the rebel can is not easy.

There had no soles my boot. And even we could , sometimes we didn't have water.  We marched through a couple of hundred miles over the mountains, I was paining to move this interior and we have it.

In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of health problems which Che treats.

We were get large effective mosquito bites at our legs. And even ? takes the skeps off it and put sofa? powder on there.

Men were scared of being treated by him, they called him A, tooth-puller. 

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on Alick  (HI,我是发第3个HOMEWORK的,麻烦下次要改最先发稿的哦,谢谢 ALICK)

 

觉得斑主比较厉害,改起来省事,遵命,斑主大人.

 

February 17th, 1957, hiding out in the Cuban jungle , a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contends with the constant threat of army ambushes and traitors in their mist. But thanks in part to Che Guevara's ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro's troops in direct place soon catch the attention of the worldwide press.

A newspaper editor name Herb.Mathews from the New York Times who had got smuggled up to meet him. Castro gave the impression to Herb.Mathews that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men.

In fact, the mighty rebel army has made up of only 20 men. When the article's published among its later, it confirms that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by Batista's forces and that their movement has thriving in the Sierra Maestra. In response, Batista deploys 1500 more soldiers to hunt down the rebels.

On March 25th, Batista's army arrived at my house, they surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That's why I joined the rebel army.

Meanwhile, July 26th, urban memebers signed up reinforcements. One of the new city recruits is Chunk Ryan, a 19-year-old American attending high school at Guantanamo Bay where his father works as a US Marine Corps medic .

We had a large society with the Cubans, we were all friends. We went to their weddings and their baptisms, things like that. I offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship.

Soon Chunk and 2 other teenagers from Guantanamo or are invided to join the rebels.

So we talked about it and settled a few things and left  letters to our parents.

The American teams along with 50 other new recruits are taken into the Sierra Maestra. One of the first people they meet is Che.

I think that, that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were...were very ill. Because it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with those pack.

There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old Don S.

Whole rebel army going Fidel, Che, Au, and my group was estimated to consist of 300 men.

Life within the rebel camp is not easy.

There had no salts on my boatsCreated only by cook , sometimes we didn't have water.  We marched through a couple of hundred miles over the mountains, I was paining to move this interior and what happened

In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of health problems which Che treats.

We were get large infective mosquito bites at our legs. And he would come over  and takes the skeps off it and put sofa? powder on there.

Men were scared of being treated by him, they called him A, tooth-puller. 

[ 本帖最后由 luoyingjun 于 2008-2-26 19:45 编辑 ]
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on luoyingjun:

February 17th, 1957, hiding out in the Cuban jungle, a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contends with the constant threat of army ambushes and traitors in their mist. But thanks in part to Che Guevara's ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro's troops in direct deploys soon catch the attention of the world press.

A newspaper editor name Herb.Mathews from the New York Times who had got smuggled up to meet him. Castro gave the impression to Herb.Mathews that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men.

In fact, the mighty rebel army has made up of only 20 men. When the article's published a month its later, it confirms that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by Batista's forces and that their movement has thriving in the Sierra Maestra. In response, Batista deploys 1500 more soldiers to hunt down the rebels.

On March 25th, Batista's army arrived at my house. They surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That's why I joined the rebel army.

Meanwhile, July 26th, urban memebers signed up reinforcements. One of the new city recruits is Chunk Ryan, a 19-year-old American attending high school at Guantanamo Bay where his father works as a US Marine Corps medic.

We had a large society with the Cubans. We were all friends. We went to their weddings and their baptisms, things like that. I offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship.

Soon Chunk and 2 other teenagers from Guantanamo Bay are invited to join the rebels.

So we talked about it and settled a few things and left letters for our parents.

The American teams along with 50 other new recruits are taken into the Sierra Maestra. One of the first people they meet is Che.

I think that, that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were...were very ill. Because it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with those pack.

There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old Don S.

Whole rebel army including Fidel, Che, Raul, and my group was estimated to consist of 300 men.

Life within the rebel camp is not easy.

There had no soles on my bootsWe ate when we could, sometimes we didn't have water.  We marched through a couple of hundred miles over the mountains. I was praying this is our territory whatever happened

In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of health problems which Che treats.

We were get large infective mosquito bites at our legs. And he would come over and takes the scalp off it and put sulfur powder on there.

Men were scared of being treated by him. They called him a tooth-puller. 

 

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February 17th, 1957, hiding out in the Cuban jungle, a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contends with the constant threat of army ambushes and traitors in their midst. But thanks in part to Che Guevara's ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro's troop's indirect ploys soon catch the attention of the world press.

A newspaper editor named Herb Mathews from the New York Times who had got smuggled up to meet him. Castro gave the impression to Herb Mathews that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men.

In fact, the mighty rebel army is made up of only 20 men. When the article's published a month/ later, it confirms that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by Batista's forces and that their movement is thriving in the Sierra Maestra. In response, Batista deploys 1,500 more soldiers to hunt down the rebels.

On March 25th, Batista's army arrived at my house. They surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That's why I joined the rebel army.

Meanwhile, July 26th, urban memebers signed up reinforcements. One of the new city recruits is Chunk Ryan, a 19-year-old American attending high school at Guantanamo Bay where his father works as a US Marine Corps medic.

We had a large society with the Cubans. We were all friends. We went to their weddings and their baptisms, things like that. I offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship.

Soon Chunk and 2 other teenagers from Guantanamo/ are invited to join the rebels.

So we talked about it and settled a few things and left letters for our parents.

The American teams along with 50 other new recruits are taken into the Sierra Maestra. One of the first people they meet is Che.

I think that, that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were...were very ill. Because it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with those pack.

There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old Don Soldini.

Whole rebel army including Fidel, Che, Raul, and my group was estimated to consist of 300 men.

Life within the rebel camp is not easy.

There had no soles on my boots. We ate when we could, sometimes we didn't have water. We marched through a couple of hundred miles over the mountains. I was praying this is our territory whatever happened

In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of health problems which Che treats.

We were get large infective mosquito bites at our legs. And he would come over and takes the scalp off it and put sulfur powder on there.

Men were pretty scared of being treated by him. They called him ***  a tooth-puller. 

 



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February 17th, 1957, hiding out in the Cuban jungle, a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contends with the constant threat of army ambushes and traitors in their midst. But thanks in part to Che Guevara's ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro's troop's indirect ploys soon catch the attention of the world press.

 

A newspaper editor named Herbert Matthews from the New York Times who had got smuggled up to meet him. Castro gave the impression to Herbert Matthews that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men.

In fact, the mighty rebel army is made up of only 20 men. When the article's published a month/ later, it confirms that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by Batista's forces and that their movement is thriving in / Sierra Maestra. In response, Batista deploys 1,500 more soldiers to hunt down the rebels.

 

On March 25th, Batista's army arrived at my house. They surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That's why I joined the rebel army.

 

Meanwhile, July 26th, urban memebers signed up reinforcements. One of the new city recruits is Chunk Ryan, a 19-year-old American attending high school at Guantanamo Bay where his father works as a US Marine Corps medic.

 

We had a large society with the Cubans. We were all friends. We went to their weddings and their baptisms, things like that. I offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship.

Soon Chunk and 2 other teenagers from Guantanamo are invited to join the rebels.

So we talked about it and settled a few things and left letters for our parents.

 

The American teens along with 50 other new recruits are taken into the Sierra Maestra. One of the first people they meet is Che.

 

I think that, that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were...were very ill. Because it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with those pack.

There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old Don Soldini.

 

Whole rebel army including Fidel, Che, Raul, and my group was estimated to consist of 300 men.

Life within the rebel camp is not easy.

 

There had no soles on my boots. We ate when we could, sometimes we didn't have water. We marched through a couple of hundred miles over the mountains. I was praying this itinerant wouldn't happen

 

In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of health problems which Che treats.

 

We would get large infective mosquito bites at our legs. And he would come over and takes the scalp off it, put sulfur powder on there.

 

Men were pretty scared of being treated by him. They called him doctor**  a tooth-puller. 

[ 本帖最后由 shanjason 于 2008-5-29 16:23 编辑 ]
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homework February 17th, 1957, hiding out in the Cuban jungle, a small band of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro contends with the constant threat of army ambushes and traitors in their midst. But thanks in part to Che Guevara's ruthlessness, the group is slowly gaining strength and fierce reputation. Fidel Castro's troop's indirect ploys soon catch the attention of the world press. A newspaper editor named Herbert Matthews from the New York Times who had got smuggled up to meet him. Castro gave the impression to Herbert Matthews that he had like a hundred to a hundred fifty men. In fact, the mighty rebel army is made up of only 20 men. When the article's published a month/ later, it confirms that Fidel and Che have survived the initial attack by Batista's forces and that their movement is thriving in / Sierra Maestra. In response, Batista deploys 1,500 more soldiers to hunt down the rebels. On March 25th, Batista's army arrived at my house. They surrounded my home and opened fire because I had been reported as a collaborator with the rebel army. They killed my wife. That's why I joined the rebel army. Meanwhile, July 26th, urban memebers signed up reinforcements. One of the new city recruits is Chunk Ryan, a 19-year-old American attending high school at Guantanamo Bay where his father works as a US Marine Corps medic. We had a large society with the Cubans. We were all friends. We went to their weddings and their baptisms, things like that. I offered to help them to get gun supplies, to fight against the dictatorship. Soon Chunk and 2 other teenagers from Guantanamo are invited to join the rebels. So we talked about it and settled a few things and left letters for our parents. The American teens along with 50 other new recruits are taken into the Sierra Maestra. One of the first people they meet is Che. I think that, that the real reason they said Che was those men that we came with, many of them were...were very ill. Because it took us 30 hours of walking to get up those hills with those pack. There are other American volunteers. One of them is 18-year-old Don Soldini. Whole rebel army including Fidel, Che, Raul, and my group was estimated to consist of 300 men. Life within the rebel camp is not easy. There had no soles on my boots. We ate when we could, sometimes we didn't have water. We marched through a couple of hundred miles over the mountains. I was praying this itinerant wouldn't happen In the jungles of Cuba, the rebels are vulnerable to all types of health problems which Che treats. We would get large infective mosquito bites at our legs. And he would come over and takes the scalp off it, put sulfur powder on there. Members placed scared of being treated by him and they became call him “doctora sacamurila” , tooth puller.
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