The Bolivian Diary
This is Che Guevara's last diary, compiled from notebooks found in his backpack when he was captured by the Bolivian army in October 1967 and subsequently executed. It became an instant bestseller.
Newly revised by Che's widow (Aleida March), and including a thoughtful preface by his eldest son Camilo, this is the definitive account of the attempt to spark a continent-wide revolution in Latin America.
"Thanks to Che's invariable habit of noting the main events of each day, we have rigorously exact, priceless and detailed information on the heroic final moments of his life in Bolivia.”-Fidel Castro
Features of this new edition include:
Preface by Camilo Guevara Introduction by Fidel Castro Revised translation
Biographical note Chronology Glossary Maps
32 pp black and white photos