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Search in: This Journal Anywhere. Advanced search. Submit an article Journal homepage. Paul B. Pages Received 15 Dec Additional information Acknowledgement I am grateful to Tom Marks for commenting on an earlier version of this paper. Article Metrics Views.
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Article metrics information Disclaimer for citing articles. Login options Log in. We are one single mestizo race with remarkable ethnographical similarities, from Mexico down to the Magellan Straits. And so, in an attempt to break free from all narrow-minded provincialism, I propose a toast to Peru and to a United America. Moreover, the last huge migrational waves of different European cultures and ethnicities between the 19 th and 20 th centuries concerned — even if in different proportions — all Hispanic-American areas.
So, be careful when you read about Spanish American issues: usually ignorance rules, and not only abroad but also among Latin Americans. In fact it is not very impressive to see that neither Hispanic Americans — nor the Spaniards — know much about their not so recent history, oppositely they ignore it almost completely, and obviously the question at this point is this: why? Is this due only to the peculiar and billionaire interests created by the many nationalisms born in Spanish America?
Or are there other reasons that needed and still need to be hidden? Questions that still require answers.
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Support Independent Global Journalism! We rely on contributions from our reader to do our work. Be part of a global community! Follow us! Subscribe to get our reports in your inbox. Published images are mostly taken from the Internet and considered public domain. If an image infringes copyrights please send an e-mail to kbnbworldnews gmail. Thank you. Contact with the editorial office: kbnbworldnews gmail. As a result of his perceived martyrdom , poetic invocations for class struggle and desire to create the consciousness of a "new man" driven by moral rather than material incentives,  and most importantly, he represents the struggle symbol for all Latin America of decades long of United States intervention, oppression, expropriation of lands and natural resources, and hence the desire for freedom and justice that runs deep until today.
Guevara has evolved into a quintessential icon of various leftist movements. Time magazine named him one of the most influential people of the 20th century,  while an Alberto Korda photograph of him, titled Guerrillero Heroico shown , was cited by the Maryland Institute College of Art as "the most famous photograph in the world". The deception was made to avoid the scandal of having been already three months pregnant before marriage. He is the eldest of five children in a middle-class Argentine family of Spanish including Basque and Cantabrian descent, as well as Irish by means of his patrilineal ancestor Patrick Lynch.
Very early on in life, Ernestito as he was then called developed an "affinity for the poor". Despite suffering crippling bouts of acute asthma that were to afflict him throughout his life, he excelled as an athlete, enjoying swimming, football, golf, and shooting, while also becoming an "untiring" cyclist. Guevara learned chess from his father, and began participating in local tournaments by the age of Wells and Robert Frost. These included composing analytical sketches of Buddha and Aristotle , along with examining Bertrand Russell on love and patriotism, Jack London on society and Nietzsche on the idea of death.
Sigmund Freud 's ideas fascinated him as he quoted him on a variety of topics from dreams and libido to narcissism and the Oedipus complex. Years later, a declassified CIA 'biographical and personality report' dated February 13, made note of Guevara's wide range of academic interests and intellect, describing him as "quite well read" while adding that "Che is fairly intellectual for a Latino. In , Guevara entered the University of Buenos Aires to study medicine.
His "hunger to explore the world"  led him to intersperse his collegiate pursuits with two long introspective journeys that fundamentally changed the way he viewed himself and the contemporary economic conditions in Latin America. For the latter, he took a year off from his studies to embark with his friend Alberto Granado , with the final goal of spending a few weeks volunteering at the San Pablo leper colony in Peru , on the banks of the Amazon River. In Chile , Guevara found himself enraged by the working conditions of the miners in Anaconda 's Chuquicamata copper mine and moved by his overnight encounter in the Atacama Desert with a persecuted communist couple who did not even own a blanket, describing them as "the shivering flesh-and-blood victims of capitalist exploitation".
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By the end of the trip, he came to view Latin America not as collection of separate nations, but as a single entity requiring a continent-wide liberation strategy. His conception of a borderless, united Hispanic America sharing a common Latino heritage was a theme that recurred prominently during his later revolutionary activities.
Upon returning to Argentina, he completed his studies and received his medical degree in June , making him officially "Dr. Ernesto Guevara". Guevara later remarked that through his travels in Latin America, he came in "close contact with poverty, hunger and disease" along with the "inability to treat a child because of lack of money" and "stupefaction provoked by the continual hunger and punishment" that leads a father to "accept the loss of a son as an unimportant accident".
Guevara cited these experiences as convincing him that in order to "help these people", he needed to leave the realm of medicine and consider the political arena of armed struggle. In the letter Guevara speaks of traversing the dominion of the United Fruit Company , a journey which convinced him that the Company's capitalist system was a terrible one. She introduced Guevara to a number of high-level officials in the Arbenz government. Guevara then established contact with a group of Cuban exiles linked to Fidel Castro through the July 26, attack on the Moncada Barracks in Santiago de Cuba.
During this period, he acquired his famous nickname, due to his frequent use of the Argentine filler syllable che a multi-purpose discourse marker , like the syllable " eh " in Canadian English. In May , a shipment of infantry and light artillery weapons was dispatched from Communist Czechoslovakia for the Arbenz Government and arrived in Puerto Barrios. On June 27, Arbenz decided to resign. Guevara himself was eager to fight on behalf of Arbenz and joined an armed militia organized by the Communist Youth for that purpose, but frustrated with the group's inaction, he soon returned to medical duties.
Following the coup, he again volunteered to fight, but soon after, Arbenz took refuge in the Mexican Embassy and told his foreign supporters to leave the country. Guevara's repeated calls to resist were noted by supporters of the coup, and he was marked for murder. The overthrow of the Arbenz regime and establishment of the right-wing Armas dictatorship cemented Guevara's view of the United States as an imperialist power that opposed and attempted to destroy any government that sought to redress the socioeconomic inequality endemic to Latin America and other developing countries.
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The last Latin American revolutionary democracy — that of Jacobo Arbenz — failed as a result of the cold premeditated aggression carried out by the United States. Its visible head was the Secretary of State John Foster Dulles , a man who, through a rare coincidence, was also a stockholder and attorney for the United Fruit Company. Guevara's conviction that Marxism achieved through armed struggle and defended by an armed populace was the only way to rectify such conditions was thus strengthened.
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By the time he left, he was sure of this. Hilda later found a poem that Che had dedicated to the old woman, containing "a promise to fight for a better world, for a better life for all the poor and exploited". During a long conversation with Fidel on the night of their first meeting, Guevara concluded that the Cuban's cause was the one for which he had been searching and before daybreak he had signed up as a member of the July 26 Movement. By this point in Guevara's life, he deemed that U. In this vein, he considered Batista a " U.
The key portion of training involved learning hit and run tactics of guerrilla warfare. Guevara and the others underwent arduous hour marches over mountains, across rivers, and through the dense undergrowth, learning and perfecting the procedures of ambush and quick retreat. From the start Guevara was Alberto Bayo's "prize student" among those in training, scoring the highest on all of the tests given.
Guevara then married Gadea in Mexico in September , before embarking on his plan to assist in the liberation of Cuba. The first step in Castro's revolutionary plan was an assault on Cuba from Mexico via the Granma , an old, leaky cabin cruiser. They set out for Cuba on November 25, Attacked by Batista's military soon after landing, many of the 82 men were either killed in the attack or executed upon capture; only 22 found each other afterwards.
With the group withdrawn to the Sierra, the world wondered whether Castro was alive or dead until early when the interview by Herbert Matthews appeared in The New York Times. The article presented a lasting, almost mythical image for Castro and the guerrillas.