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Fidel e Che - Uma amizade revolucionária ❮Read❯ ➳ Fidel e Che - Uma amizade revolucionária Author Simon Reid-Henry – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A hist ria de uma amizade cujos segredos guardam a chave para se compreender alguns dos acontecimentos mais significativos do s culo XXO livro segue Fidel e Che desde a sua dram tica jornada pol tica A hist ria Che - Epub à de uma amizade cujos segredos guardam a chave para se compreender alguns dos acontecimentos mais significativos do s culo XXO livro segue Fidel e Che desde a sua dram tica jornada pol tica no M xico, guerra nas montanhas cubanas, at ao ponto alto da Guerra Fria O autor baseia se em pesquisas de arquivos em Havana, Washington, Moscovo, Miami, Princeton, Boston, Londres, Berlim, e tamb m em entrevistas com alguns dos maiores protagonistas nesta hist ria Traz uma nova s rie de fontes que Fidel e Kindle - contam pela primeira vez, e em toda a sua extens o, a hist ria de uma das mais not veis amizades do s culo XX Simon Reid Henry leva nos at ao cora o de Fidel e Che, um relacionamento inigual vel que come ou como uma associa o pol tica e se tornou na mais profunda amizade das suas vidas a hist ria de dois homens que partilham de um sonho comum, que se tornaram amigos, irm os e camaradas de armas e que, finalmente, iriam fazer uma e Che - MOBI ð escolha pica entre a sua amizade e as suas cren as.


10 thoughts on “Fidel e Che - Uma amizade revolucionária

  1. Peter Ruys Peter Ruys says:

    I m guessing that like a lot of people, I d heard of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara but didn t know anything much about them and now, after reading this book on and off for what seems like forever, I feel like I still don t in a way..The main trouble I had is that it seemed to be aimed at academics or at least people with a thorough understanding of the political climate of the time All of the historical information that I wanted to get some understanding of eg Communism and the literature, anti I m guessing that like a lot of people, I d heard of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara but didn t know anything much about them and now, after reading this book on and off for what seems like forever, I feel like I still don t in a way..The main trouble I had is that it seemed to be aimed at academics or at least people with a thorough understanding of the political climate of the time All of the historical information that I wanted to get some understanding of eg Communism and the literature, anti capitalism, revolutionism, relations between Latin America and the US, The Cold War, Cuban missile crisis, Russia and China, etc was all referred to in a way that presumed the reader was well versed in all of this..Also this book failed to make me feel and relate to why these two revolutionary figures did what they did and why they were willing to fight, kill others, and risk their own lives for the cause Whether this is a failing on the books part or my lack of pre existing knowledge I don t know This is probably a very different book to others..Apart from all that it was an interesting read and I now knowabout these two historical figures than I did before, it just wasn t the best place to start for me..2.5 5


  2. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    it is the story of a remarkable friendship between to iconic figures while both in exile in Mexico City Guevara, the Argentine doctor had reached the end of his travels on his motorcycle had had begun many years before Castro the peasant s son, scholar rebel had just fled Cuba fearing for his life until Guevara s death in 1967 their journey together was as interesting, exciting sometimes as dangerous as their friendship it is the story of a remarkable friendship between to iconic figures while both in exile in Mexico City Guevara, the Argentine doctor had reached the end of his travels on his motorcycle had had begun many years before Castro the peasant s son, scholar rebel had just fled Cuba fearing for his life until Guevara s death in 1967 their journey together was as interesting, exciting sometimes as dangerous as their friendship


  3. Mary Mary says:

    A very thorough history of Fidel and Che s time working together Although the title concerns friendship, I m not entirely sure the dynamic of their relationship is exemplified enough through all the historical detail The author has obviously done extensive research and has articulated the key points of their history together, gives a few cues here and there, but does leave some of it up to the reader to figure out on their own Plus, since one guy s long dead and the other not really accessibl A very thorough history of Fidel and Che s time working together Although the title concerns friendship, I m not entirely sure the dynamic of their relationship is exemplified enough through all the historical detail The author has obviously done extensive research and has articulated the key points of their history together, gives a few cues here and there, but does leave some of it up to the reader to figure out on their own Plus, since one guy s long dead and the other not really accessible, much is left to speculation.As a general Cuban Revolution enthusiast with a working knowledge of the events and key players, I found this book laid another layer of granular information I hadn t yet gleaned from other readings there wasto this than the same old rehash of the revolution This is not a quick read by any means, and Cuban Revolution Che Fidel novices may find this book a bit overwhelming


  4. Asif Asif says:

    This is a superb double biography of both Che and Fidel which breaks new ground in having theirfriendship as its central theme and focus especially the revelations that, unlike what was previously thought, the decision for Che to leave Cuba was fully backed by Fidel and the latter was intimately involved in Che s guerilla tactics in the Congo and then in Bolivia It was a part of the two friends strategy of internationalising their revolution without antagonising the USSR upon whose economic s This is a superb double biography of both Che and Fidel which breaks new ground in having theirfriendship as its central theme and focus especially the revelations that, unlike what was previously thought, the decision for Che to leave Cuba was fully backed by Fidel and the latter was intimately involved in Che s guerilla tactics in the Congo and then in Bolivia It was a part of the two friends strategy of internationalising their revolution without antagonising the USSR upon whose economic support Cuba depended.This book had so many details about Che and Fidel which were fascinating including of their love lives and the way they almost played good cop, bad cop with outsiders My admiration for these two grew after reading this book Will definitely re read it some time soon.Highly recommended.Hasta siempre, Comandante, Che Guevara Hasta siempre, Comandante, Fidel Castro


  5. Glorious Glorious says:

    A biography of the friendship from two very different revolutionaries from very different backgrounds Ultimately, modestly successful on their own in their respective fields, to use a socialist phrase to describe their relationship, it is when they are both united that they become better than the sum of its parts.A great book if you want to find out about the friendship, values and views on what the plans were for continent wide revolution that sadly never came to fruition after Che left Fidel A biography of the friendship from two very different revolutionaries from very different backgrounds Ultimately, modestly successful on their own in their respective fields, to use a socialist phrase to describe their relationship, it is when they are both united that they become better than the sum of its parts.A great book if you want to find out about the friendship, values and views on what the plans were for continent wide revolution that sadly never came to fruition after Che left Fidel s side to progress the Trotskyite plans of perpetual revolutionary progress


  6. Mike Mike says:

    Amazing Admittedly, I have a morbid fascination with Fidel Castro Before starting this book however, I was not deeply familiar with Che Guevara As a historical book, this was a page turner Mr Read Henry does an outstanding job of painting the picture of how these men were shaped by the events of their early life and how their friendship was then borne out of mutual respect and benefit I would recommend this highly to anyone interested in either of these individuals, in the history of the C Amazing Admittedly, I have a morbid fascination with Fidel Castro Before starting this book however, I was not deeply familiar with Che Guevara As a historical book, this was a page turner Mr Read Henry does an outstanding job of painting the picture of how these men were shaped by the events of their early life and how their friendship was then borne out of mutual respect and benefit I would recommend this highly to anyone interested in either of these individuals, in the history of the Cuban Castro revolution, or in the way that different dynamic individuals form relationships


  7. Mehdi Mehdi says:

    It has to be the best book I ve read on South America, Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, Camilo and Che Guevara by million miles As I was flipping the pages of this book, a fear tended to grow inside me thinking will I get to read a better book than this Absolutely one of my favourite book Viva Che Viva Fidel.


  8. Ch3wbacca Ch3wbacca says:

    I knew a little about these 2 historical figures but this book simply blew me away I thought it was fantasticly written by an author who has definitely gone above and beyond in his research It had me hooked from the start and I found it very difficult to put it down For someone like myself who knows a little about Che, Fidel and the Cold War, but really would like to knowwithout been overloaded then this is the perfect book Also it is important to know that the book mainly revolves aro I knew a little about these 2 historical figures but this book simply blew me away I thought it was fantasticly written by an author who has definitely gone above and beyond in his research It had me hooked from the start and I found it very difficult to put it down For someone like myself who knows a little about Che, Fidel and the Cold War, but really would like to knowwithout been overloaded then this is the perfect book Also it is important to know that the book mainly revolves around the friendship between the Fidel and Che, in particular their time together in Cuba


  9. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    This was a good book I love reading about Cuba It s a fascination I have.


  10. Maggie Maggie says:

    Deeply moving, beautiful and desperately important Patria o Muerte and I thoroughly agree.


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