Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 25-26 Summary & Analysis

Jon Lee Anderson
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Chapter 25-26 Summary and Analysis

In the spring of 1962, Che ran a program to organize guerrilla trainers from Latin American students who were in Cuba on revolutionary scholarships. One of the recruits was Hilda's brother, Ricardo. There was dissent in many countries, both in and out of Latin America and other countries. Che helped some of the different revolutionary groups and sent Alberto Granado to Argentina to develop a revolutionary force there. The group trained in Cuba and Che hoped to join them at some point in the future.

Che led the troops during the Cuban missile crisis. Both Che and Fidel were angry at Khrushchev for settling the crisis. The US wouldn't invade Cuba and pulled their missiles out of Turkey in exchange for the Russian's withdrawing their missiles from Cuba. After the missile crisis, the Argentine who were in training were to...

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