Widow of Che Guevara published a book of memoirs about her husband

Widow of Che Guevara published a book of memoirs about her husbandSecond wife and widow of the legendary Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara Aleida March (Aleida March) published a book of memoirs, "Evocation", AFP reports.In the book she talks about the six years spent with Che Guevara before he renounced his Cuban citizenship and left to organize revolution in Africa.71-year-old March has dedicated the book to his children and companion of her husband Fidel Castro, with whom Che Guevara participated in the Cuban revolution in the years 1956-1959."I never gave and I'm not going to give an interview to reporters. All I wanted to say is written in this book", said March at the presentation of "Evocation" in the Cuban cultural center Casa de las Americas on Thursday.She added that to record her memories have advised friends who hinted to her that such a book could be a good screenplay.Che Guevara married Aleida March in 1957 after the divorce with his first wife, the Peruvian revolutionary Hilda Gadea. In 1965, after a quarrel with Fidel Castro, Che Guevara left Cuba and went on to form the revolutionary movement in Africa (Congo). Two years later, in 1967, he was captured in Bolivia, and then shot. In 1997 the remains of Che Guevara were transported to Cuba and placed in the mausoleum in Santa Clara. Source: Widow of Che Guevara published a book of memoirs about her husband.



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