The book A Dictionary of Modern Revolution written by Edward Hyams is a book that has changed my whole view on society, life, greed, and morales.
This book tells the whole life of a popular revolutionary named Ernesto Guevara. Ernesto Guevara is widely identified all through the planet as Che Guevara or just Che. The intriguing twist that tends to make Che so fascinating is that he was a higher class Cuban . He was set out to be a nicely paid doctor and was studying Freud. One day his life was about to adjust. He and his very best friend at the time drove by way of some of the poorest regions of Cuba. It was clear to him that he had to make a change.
He went to Mexico City in September 1954 where he worked in a General Hospital this is also where he met Fidel Castro and realized that Fidel had been the leader he was seeking. He then joined Castro’s followers where they educated in guerilla warfare strategies . Che became a expert in these techniques. All members have been arrested for practicing these techniques but released within a months time.
The revolutionary army over threw the president Batitsa and started their dream of totally egality through Communism. Che was named second in command and sat along side with Fidel who became his closet advisor and friend.
Che was dropped from the Communist establishment in 1965 by Castro but nor officially. Che’s whereabouts have been not identified for many months. In truth Che had been preparing what would be his last revolutionary strike. This strike to be held in Bolivia to stop the suffering and dictatorship. Che was not made use of to obtaining inferior army techniques that the Bolivian rebels employed. This led to his unit becoming caught and imprisoned. Che was shot the next day just after his capture.
Che is still broadly identified for his wild and dashing style and in particular his refusal to live the norm of society and standing up against the greed and deceit of each day society and establishments.