Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life - Chapter 27-28 Summary & Analysis

Jon Lee Anderson
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Chapter 27-28 Summary and Analysis

On April 19, using the disguise of Ramon Benitez, Che arrived in Dar-Es-Salaam. Other members of the Cuban brigade would be arriving. Che was one of two white men in the group and was introduced as a guerrilla veteran and a doctor called Tato. The group was on their way to the Congo. Che had made his decision not to return to Cuba and planned on spending the next ten to twenty years fighting. He left letters to his family and books for his friends.

Che's disappearance from Cuba was noted. Fidel would say only that Che was where he could be most useful to the revolution. There were reports of his being in various parts of the world. Moscow thought that there had been a fight between Fidel and Che. Fidel finally told Alexiev that Che was in Africa...

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