Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Jon Lee Anderson
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Chapter 13-14 Summary and Analysis

Ernesto trained for the Cuban revolution. In addition to physical training, he also did much reading on politics and economics. He tried to hide his asthma from the Cubans, afraid that they would consider him to be physically unfit. He became wary of who he and Hilda associated with trying to limit their contacts to the Cuban community. He is not called "Che" by those to whom he is closest. Fidel had appointed him as leader of one of the safe houses.

Fidel broke from the Orotodox party in March 26. He publicly announced that the revolution would take place in 1956, so he had to act soon. Che had plans to send his wife and daughter to Peru when he went to Cuba. Many of the movement's followers were arrested in Cuba in early 1956, and the situation was becoming tense...

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