Introduced and selected by Che Guevara's widow, Aleida March, this book offers a photographic testimony to the extraordinary bond that existed between two extraordinary individuals, whose example still serves today to inspire all those seeking a better world of justice and dignity for all humankind. Includes text in Spanish and English and over fifty remarkable photographs of Che and Fidel Castro together, including the first and the last photos of them together. Published in association with the Che Guevara Studies Center.
Aleida March's own memoir was recently published as Remembering Che.
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Aleida March: Aleida Marchwas the youngest child in a humble family. She joined the Cuban revolutionary underground movement as a young teacher in Santa Clara and met Che Guevara during the revolutionary war. They married in June 1959. She now lives with their four children and numerous grandchildren in Havana and is the director of the Che Guevara Studies Center, Cuba.
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