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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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The Cubans also have their eyes on Africa, particularly on what had been the former Belgian Congo. The Congo lay at the heart of Africa. It could be a kind of motor or heart for socialist revolution which could radiate outward and liberate the hemisphere. President Kasavubu's government backed by the CIA fights a rebel group called The Congolese National Liberation Movement.

 

The CIA creates an army of about, on average, one thousand mercenaries, half from South Africa or Asia, the other half from Europe.

 

And the Cubans felt that they should go and support the forces who were fighting the United States-backed groups. 

 

The impression Che Guevara got was a very thought that he was still very strong and with very committed leaders.

 

With the Congo in mind as a place ripe for revolution, Che heads to New York and the country he has for so long despised.

 

He came to the United States in December of 1964 and addressed the United Nations.

 

We are in the green fatigues of the revolution. He criticizes the US involvement in Vietnam and the conflict in the Congo.

 

Next in appearance on Face the Nation, Che continues to the North African city of Algiers where he makes a speech openly criticizing the Soviet Union.

 

Che in essence broke his word with the Soviets. When he returns to Havana, Che and Fidel Castro have a close-door meeting. Having blasted the Soviets who were after all, the hand that fed Cuba having bitten them in the hand, Fidel had to say, Che, I think it's time you go.  And I think Che said, I think it's time too. Che hopes he can win back favor by leading a successful campaign in the Congo. The mission is to help support and train rebels in guerrilla warfare. Che had Fidel's blessing and he essentially disappeared from the domestic political map of Cuba.

 

Che and his men arrived on the Congolese shore of Lake Tongnika on April 24th 1965.  First of all in the Congo, nothing was prepared. There was no chief. There were no men ready to fight.  In the case of the Congolese rebel leader, Larron Kabila he actually visited the front himself only once. Kabila arrived in a speedboat with a couple of prostitutes and several bottles of whisky. Che's and Cubans almost mutinied on him. Once they saw the kind of man they were fighting alongside.

 

The few men that were there, when we gave them the weapons they didn't know what they were receiving. They had no knowledge of weapons or ideology. They didn't know anything.

 

Che hopes he can get the rebels into shape and stages a few successful raids, but loses 6 of his own men in the process. Che had not been seen in almost a year. CIA believed that he had died or might have even been killed when he left Cuba. October 3rd 1965, responding to speculation that he had ordered Che's death, Fidel Castro reads a letter Che has written to him.

 

I feel that I had fulfilled the part of my duty that tied me to the Cuban revolution and its territory. And I say goodbye to you, to the comrades, to your people who are not mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of commander and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me to Cuba.

 

Che had not expected the letter to be read publicly. The day that Fidel read that letter is when we found out about it.  It was a very difficult moment. He was neither the Cuban nor African leader.

 

Che himself was going through a very dark period while there he received the news that his mother had died. He was very close to his mother and that was really hard on him.  He had turned into a withdrawn man. He didn't talk. He was always alone, sitting on a tree trunk. He was in a bad mood and he spoke very little with us.

 

By mid-October government forces and mercenaries advanced. His camp was nearly overrun. Rebel resistance collapsed. And at the same time what you had is the decision of the government of Tanzania that they are no longer going to support his war.

 

mercenary

n soldier hired to fight in a foreign army (受雇於外国的)雇佣兵.

 

fatigue

uniform worn for fatigue duty or when in battle (做杂务或打仗时穿的)制服.

 

mutiny

v [I, Ipr] ~ (against sb/sth) be guilty of mutiny; revolt (against sb/sth) 反叛, 叛变(某人[某事物

 

break one’s word

v. phr. To renege on a promise. When Jake broke his word that he would marry Sarah, she became very depressed.

 

knock/lick/get sb/sth into shape
to make someone or something better so that they reach the necessary standard
 
Some of them lack experience, but we'll soon knock them into shape.

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The Cubans also have their eyes on Africa, particularly on what had been the former Belgian Congo. The Congo lay at the heart of Africa. It could be a kind of  molder or heart for socialist revolution which could radiate Auad and liberate the hemisphere . President Kasavubu's government backed by the CIA  fights a rebel group called The Congolese National Liberation Movement.

 

The CIA creats a *to average, one thousand mersonals, half from South Africa *, the other half from Europe.

And the cubans felt that they should go and support the forces who were fighting the United States-backed groups. 

 

The impression Che Guevara caught was a very fault that was still very strong and with very committed leaders.

With the Congo in mind as a place right for revolution, Che heads to New York and the country he has for so long despised.

 

He came to United States in December 1964 and addressed  the United Nations.

 

We are in the green fatigues of revolution. He criticized the US' involvement in Vietnam and the comfort in the Congo.

 

Next in an appearance on Fastination, Che continiues to the North African city of Algiers where he makes a speech openly criticizing the Soviet Union.

 

Che in essence broke his sword with the Soviets. When he returns to Havana, Che and Fidel Castro have a close-door meeting. having blasted the Soviets who were after all, the hand that fed Cuba having bitten them in the hand, Fidel had to say, Che, I think it's time you go.   And I think Che said, I think it's time to. Che hopes he can win back favor by leading a successful campain in the Congo, the mission was to help support an train rebels, a guerrilla warfare. Che had Fidel's flassing and he essentially disappeared from the domestic political map of Cuba.

 

Che and his men arrive on the Congolese shore of lake Tongnika on April 24.1965.  First of all in the Congo,nothing was prepared. There was no chief. There were no men ready to fight.  In the case of the Congoese rebel leader, Larron Kabila he actually visited the front himself only once. Kabila arrived in a speedboat with a couple of prostitutes and several bottles of whisky.

 

Che's and Cuban's almost immune need on him. Once they saw the kind of man they were fighting alongside.

A few men were there, when we gave him the weapons. They didn't konw what they are receiving. They had no knowledge of weapons'  ideology.  They didn't know anyting.

 

Che hopes he can get the rebels into shape and stages a successful wage. He loses 6 of his own men in the process. Che had not been seen in almost a year. CIA believed that he have died or might have even been killed. What he left Cuba . October 1965, responding to speculations that he had ordered Che's death , Fidel Castro reads a letter Che has written to him.

 

I feel that I had fulfilled the part of my duty that tight me to the Cuban revolution and its territory. And I say goodbye to you, to the comrades, to your people or now mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of  commander and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me T.

Che had not expected the letter to be read publicly. Today that Fidel read that letter he's only found about it.  It was a very difficult moment. He wasn't near the Cuban nor African leader.

 

Che himself has going through a very dark period while there he received the news that his mother had died. He was very close to his mother and that was really hard on him.  He had turned into a withdrawn man. He didn't talk. He was always along, sitting on the tree trunk. He was in a bad mood and he spoke very little with us.

 

By mid-october government force is in mercy advance. His camp was nearly overrun. For able resistance collapsed. And at the same time, W is the decision of the government of Tonsaneyer. They are no longer going to support his war.

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The Cubans also have their eyes on Africa, particularly on what had been the former Belgian Congo. The Congo lay at the heart of Africa. It could be a kind of molder or heart for socialist revolution which could radiate outward and liberate the hemisphere. President Kasavubu's government backed by the CIA fights a rebel group called The Congolese National Liberation Movement.

 

The CIA creats a *to average, one thousand personnels, half from South Africa or Asia, the other half from Europe.

And the Cubans felt that they should go and support the forces who were fighting the United States-backed groups. 

 

The impression Che Guevara caught was a very fault that was still very strong and with very committed leaders.

With the Congo in mind as a place right for revolution, Che heads to New York and the country he has for so long despised.

 

He came to United States in December of 1964 and addressed the United Nations.

 

We are in the green fatigues of revolution. He criticized the US' involvement in Vietnam and the conflict in the Congo.

 

Next in/ appearance on face the nation, Che continues to the North African city of Algiers where he makes a speech openly criticizing the Soviet Union.

 

Che in essence broke his sword with the Soviets. When he returns to Havana, Che and Fidel Castro have a close-door meeting. having blasted the Soviets who were after all, the hand that fed Cuba having bitten them in the hand, Fidel had to say, Che, I think it's time you go.   And I think Che said, I think it's time to. Che hopes he can win back favor by leading a successful campaign in the Congo, the mission is to help support and train rebels in guerrilla warfare. Che had Fidel's blasting and he essentially disappeared from the domestic political map of Cuba.

 

Che and his men arrive on the Congolese shore of lake Tongnika on April 24.1965.  First of all in the Congo, nothing was prepared. There was no chief. There were no men ready to fight.  In the case of the Congolese rebel leader, Larron Kabila he actually visited the front himself only once. Kabila arrived in a speedboat with a couple of prostitutes and several bottles of whisky.

 

Che's and Cuban's almost immune need on him. Once they saw the kind of man they were fighting alongside.

A few men were there, when we gave them the weapons. They didn't know what they are receiving. They had no knowledge of weapons' ideology.  They didn't know anything.

 

Che hopes he can get the rebels into shape and stages a few successful wage, but loses 6 of his own men in the process. Che had not been seen in almost a year. CIA believed that he had died or might have even been killed. When he left Cuba . October 1965, responding to speculations that he had ordered Che's death , Fidel Castro reads a letter Che has written to him.

 

I feel that I had fulfilled the part of my duty that tight me to the Cuban revolution and its territory. And I say goodbye to you, to the comrades, to your people or now mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of  commander and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me to Cuba.

Che had not expected the letter to be read publicly. Today that Fidel read that letter he's only found about it.  It was a very difficult moment. He wasn't near the Cuban nor African leader.

 

Che himself has going through a very dark period while there he received the news that his mother had died. He was very close to his mother and that was really hard on him.  He had turned into a withdrawn man. He didn't talk. He was always along, sitting on the tree trunk. He was in a bad mood and he spoke very little with us.

 

By Mid-October government forces and mercenaries advanced. His camp was nearly overrun. For able resistance collapsed. And at the same time which you are if the decision of the government of Tanzania. They are no longer going to support his war.

 

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The Cubans also have their eyes on Africa, particularly on what had been the former Belgian Congo. The Congo lay at the heart of Africa. It could be a kind of molder or heart for socialist revolution which could radiate outward and liberate the hemisphere. President Kasavubu's government backed by the CIA fights a rebel group called The Congolese National Liberation Movement.

 

The CIA creats an army *on average, one thousand personnel/, half from South Africa or Asia, the other half from Europe.

And the Cubans felt that they should go and support the forces who were fighting the United States-backed groups. 

 

The impression Che Guevara caught was a very fault that was still very strong and with very committed leaders.

With the Congo in mind as a place right for revolution, Che heads to New York and the country he has for so long despised.

 

He came to United States in December of 1964 and addressed the United Nations.

 

We are in the green fatigues of the revolution. He criticized the US involvement in Vietnam and the conflict in the Congo.

 

Next in/ appearance on face the nation, Che continues to the North African city of Algiers where he makes a speech openly criticizing the Soviet Union.

 

Che in essence broke his sword with the Soviets. When he returns to Havana, Che and Fidel Castro have a closed-door meeting. having blasted the Soviets who were after all, the hand that fed Cuba having bitten them in the hand, Fidel had to say, Che, I think it's time you go.   And I think Che said, I think it's time too. Che hopes he can win back favor by leading a successful campaign in the Congo, the mission is to help support and train rebels in guerrilla warfare. Che had Fidel's blessing and he essentially disappeared from the domestic political map of Cuba.

 

Che and his men arrive on the Congolese shore of lake Tongnika on April 24.1965.  First of all in the Congo, nothing was prepared. There was no chief. There were no men ready to fight.  In the case of the Congolese rebel leader, Larron Kabila he actually visited the front himself only once. Kabila arrived in a speedboat with a couple of prostitutes and several bottles of whisky.

 

Che's and Cuban's almost mute need on him. Once they saw the kind of man they were fighting alongside.

 

The few men that were there, when we gave them the weapons they didn't know what they were receiving. They had no knowledge of weapons or ideology.  They didn't know anything.

 

Che hopes he can get the rebels into shape and stages a few successful wage, but loses 6 of his own men in the process. Che had not been seen in almost a year. CIA believed that he had died or might have even been killed. When he left Cuba . October 1965, responding to speculations that he had ordered Che's death , Fidel Castro reads a letter Che has written to him.

 

I feel that I had fulfilled the part of my duty that tight me to the Cuban revolution and its territory. And I say goodbye to you, to the comrades, to your people or now mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of  commander and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me to Cuba.

Che had not expected the letter to be read publicly. The day that Fidel read that letter is when we found out about it.  It was a very difficult moment. He was neither the Cuban nor African leader.

 

Che himself has going through a very dark period while there he received the news that his mother had died. He was very close to his mother and that was really hard on him.  He had turned into a withdrawn man. He didn't talk. He was always along, sitting on a tree trunk. He was in a bad mood and he spoke very little with us.

 

By Mid-October government forces and mercenaries advanced. His camp was nearly overrun. For able resistance collapsed. And at the same time which you act if the decision of the government of Tanzania. They are no longer going to support his war.

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The Cubans also have their eyes on Africa, particularly on what had been the former Belgian Congo. The Congo lay at the heart of Africa. It could be a kind of molder or heart for socialist revolution which could radiate outward and liberate the hemisphere. President Kasavubu's government backed by the CIA fights a rebel group called The Congolese National Liberation Movement.

 

The CIA creats an army of about on average, one thousand mercenaries /, half from South Africa or Asia, the other half from Europe.

And the Cubans felt that they should go and support the forces who were fighting the United States-backed groups. 

 

The impression Che Guevara got was a very fault that he was still very strong and was very committed leaders.

With the Congo in mind as a place right for revolution, Che heads to New York and the country he has for so long despised.

 

He came to United States in December of 1964 and addressed the United Nations.

 

We are in the green fatigues of the revolution. He criticized the US involvement in Vietnam and the conflict in the Congo.

 

Next in/ appearance on face the nation, Che continues to the North African city of Algiers where he makes a speech openly criticizing the Soviet Union.

 

Che in essence broke his sword with the Soviets. When he returns to Havana, Che and Fidel Castro have a closed-door meeting. having blasted the Soviets who were after all, the hand that fed Cuba having bitten them in the hand, Fidel had to say, Che, I think it's time you go.   And I think Che said, I think it's time too. Che hopes he can win back favor by leading a successful campaign in the Congo, the mission is to help support and train rebels in guerrilla warfare. Che had Fidel's blessing and he essentially disappeared from the domestic political map of Cuba.

 

Che and his men arrive on the Congolese shore of lake Tongnika on April 24.1965.  First of all in the Congo, nothing was prepared. There was no chief. There were no men ready to fight.  In the case of the Congolese rebel leader, Larron Kabila he actually visited the front himself only once. Kabila arrived in a speedboat with a couple of prostitutes and several bottles of whisky.

 

Che's and Cuban's almost mute need on him once they saw the kind of man they were fighting alongside. (这是一个完整的句子不应该被断开)

 

The few men that were there, when we gave them the weapons they didn't know what they were receiving. They had no knowledge of weapons or ideology.  They didn't know anything.

 

Che hopes he can get the rebels into shape and stages a few successful wage, but loses 6 of his own men in the process. Che had not been seen in almost a year. CIA believed that he had died or might have even been killed. When he left Cuba . October 3rd. 1965, responding to speculations that he had ordered Che's death , Fidel Castro reads a letter Che has written to him.

 

I feel that I had fulfilled the part of my duty that tight me to the Cuban revolution and its territory. And I say goodbye to you, to the comrades, to your people or now mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of  commander and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me to Cuba.

Che had not expected the letter to be read publicly. The day that Fidel read that letter is when we found out about it.  It was a very difficult moment. He was neither the Cuban nor African leader.

 

Che himself has going through a very dark period while there he received the news that his mother had died. He was very close to his mother and that was really hard on him.  He had turned into a withdrawn man. He didn't talk. He was always alone, sitting on a tree trunk. He was in a bad mood and he spoke very little with us.

 

By Mid-October government forces and mercenaries advanced. His camp was nearly overrun. For able resistance collapsed. And at the same time which you act is the decision of the government of Tanzania. They are no longer going to support his war.

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The Cubans also have their eyes on Africa, particularly on what had been the former Belgian Congo. The Congo lay at the heart of Africa. It could be a kind of molder or heart for socialist revolution which could radiate outward and liberate the hemisphere. President Kasavubu's government backed by the CIA fights a rebel group called The Congolese National Liberation Movement.

 

The CIA creates an army of about on average, one thousand mercenaries, half from South Africa or Asia, the other half from Europe.

And the Cubans felt that they should go and support the forces that were fighting the United States-backed groups. 

 

The impression Che Guevara got was a very fault that he was still very strong and with very committed leaders.

With the Congo in mind as a place right for revolution, Che heads to New York and the country he has for so long despised.

 

He came to United States in December of 1964 and addressed the United Nations.

 

We are in the green fatigues of the revolution. He criticized the US involvement in Vietnam and the conflict in the Congo.

 

Next in appearance on face the nation, Che continues to the North African city of Algiers where he makes a speech openly criticizing the Soviet Union.

 

Che in essence broke his sword with the Soviets. When he returns to Havana, Che and Fidel Castro have a closed-door meeting. Having blasted the Soviets who were after all, the hand that fed Cuba having bitten them in the hand, Fidel had to say, Che, I think it's time you go.  And I think Che said, I think it's time too. Che hopes he can win back favor by leading a successful campaign in the Congo; the mission is to help support and train rebels in guerrilla warfare. Che had Fidel's blessing and he essentially disappeared from the domestic political map of Cuba.

 

Che and his men arrived on the Congolese shore of lake Tongnika on April 24.1965.  First of all in the Congo, nothing was prepared. There was no chief. There were no men ready to fight.  In the case of the Congolese rebel leader, Larron Kabila he actually visited the front himself only once. Kabila arrived in a speedboat with a couple of prostitutes and several bottles of whisky.

 

Che's and Cuban's almost mute need on him once they saw the kind of man they were fighting alongside.

 

The few men that were there, when we gave them the weapons they didn't know what they were receiving. They had no knowledge of weapons or ideology.  They didn't know anything.

 

Che hopes he can get the rebels into shape and stages a few successful wages, but loses 6 of his own men in the process. Che had not been seen in almost a year. CIA believed that he had died or might have even been killed, when he left Cuba. October 3rd. 1965, responding to speculations that he had ordered Che's death , Fidel Castro reads a letter Che has written to him.

 

I feel that I had fulfilled the part of my duty that tight me to the Cuban revolution and its territory. And I say goodbye to you, to the comrades, to your people or now mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of commander and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me to Cuba.

Che had not expected the letter to be read publicly. The day that Fidel read that letter is when we found out about it.  It was a very difficult moment. He was neither the Cuban nor African leader.

 

Che himself has going through a very dark period while there he received the news that his mother had died. He was very close to his mother and that was really hard on him.  He had turned into a withdrawn man. He didn't talk. He was always alone, sitting on a tree trunk. He was in a bad mood and he spoke very little with us.

 

By Mid-October government forces and mercenaries advanced. His camp was nearly overrun. For able resistance collapsed. And at the same time which you act is the decision of the government of Tanzania. They are no longer going to support his war.

 

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The Cubans also have their eyes on Africa, particularly on what had been the former Belgian Congo. The Congo lay at the heart of Africa. It could be a kind of motor or heart for socialist revolution which could radiate outward and liberate the hemisphere. President Kasavubu's government backed by the CIA fights a rebel group called The Congolese National Liberation Movement.

 

The CIA creates an army of about, on average, one thousand merceneries, half from South Africa or Asia, the other half from Europe.

 

And the Cubans felt that they should go and support the forces who were fighting the United States-backed groups. 

 

The impression Che Guevara got was a very thought that he was still very strong and with very committed leaders.

 

With the Congo in mind as a place ripe for revolution, Che heads to New York and the country he has for so long despised.

 

He came to the United States in December of 1964 and addressed the United Nations.

 

We are in the green fatigues of the revolution. He criticizes the US involvement in Vietnam and the conflict in the Congo.

 

Next in appearance on Face the Nation, Che continues to the North African city of Algiers where he makes a speech openly criticizing the Soviet Union.

 

Che in essence broke his sword with the Soviets. When he returns to Havana, Che and Fidel Castro have a close-door meeting. Having blasted the Soviets who were after all, the hand that fed Cuba having bitten them in the hand, Fidel had to say, Che, I think it's time you go.  And I think Che said, I think it's time too. Che hopes he can win back favor by leading a successful campaign in the Congo. The mission is to help support and train rebels in guerrilla warfare. Che had Fidel's blessing and he essentially disappeared from the domestic political map of Cuba.

 

Che and his men arrived on the Congolese shore of Lake Tongnika on April 24th 1965.  First of all in the Congo, nothing was prepared. There was no chief. There were no men ready to fight.  In the case of the Congolese rebel leader, Larron Kabila he actually visited the front himself only once. Kabila arrived in a speedboat with a couple of prostitutes and several bottles of whisky. Che's and Cubans almost mutinied on him. Once they saw the kind of man they were fighting alongside.
 
The few men that were there, when we gave them the weapons they didn't know what they were receiving. They had no knowledge of weapons or ideology. They didn't know anything.

 

Che hopes he can get the rebels into shape and stages a few successful raids, but loses 6 of his own men in the process. Che had not been seen in almost a year. CIA believed that he had died or might have even been killed when he left Cuba. October 3rd 1965, responding to speculation that he had ordered Che's death, Fidel Castro reads a letter Che has written to him.

 

I feel that I had fulfilled the part of my duty that tied me to the Cuban revolution and its territory. And I say goodbye to you, to the comrades, to your people who are not mine. I formally resign my positions in the leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of commander and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me to Cuba.


Che had not expected the letter to be read publicly. The day that Fidel read that letter is when we found out about it.  It was a very difficult moment. He was neither the Cuban nor African leader.

 

Che himself was going through a very dark period while there he received the news that his mother had died. He was very close to his mother and that was really hard on him.  He had turned into a withdrawn man. He didn't talk. He was always alone, sitting on a tree trunk. He was in a bad mood and he spoke very little with us.

 

By mid-October government forces and mercenaries advanced. His camp was nearly overrun. Rebel resistance collapsed. And at the same time what you had is the decision of the government of Tanzania that they are no longer going to support his war.

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mercenaries: 雇佣兵 green fatigue:绿色的服装(战士穿的??)


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