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Che Guevara always smoked the cheapest Cigar's possible, called cazadores.

Che Guevara is happily relaxing after a Sunday of work

Working during the Voluntary work day, which Che proposed to help Cubans rebuild their country. Many Cubans agreed and worked a half day on Sunday to build much needed infrastructure, and Che was down in the mud every Sunday helping out.

Che Guevara holding the hand of his first daughter, Hildita, when she is four years old. Comrade Antonio Nuñez Jiménez holds the other hand of Che's daughter.

This article was written in the form of a letter to Carlos Quijano, editor of Marcha, a weekly published in Montevideo, Uruguay. Guevara wrote it while on a three-month overseas trip, during which he addressed the United Nations General Assembly and…

This speech was delivered at the Second Economic Seminar of Afro-Asian Solidarity. The conference, held in Algiers, Algeria, was attended by representatives from 63 African and Asian governments, as well as 19 national liberation movements. The…

"Che" Guevara speaks on December 11, 1964 to the 19th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York.

Speech delivered March 25, 1964 at the plenary session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
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