Very rarely does a handwritten and signed letter from such a remarkable person in human history as Ernesto Ché Guevara go on sale. This important letter from Ché Guevara addressed to Jose Ramón Ponce Diaz (later I include his biography), was written days before his departure from Cuba in search of other revolutions in the Congo and Bolivia. It also mentions the famous letter that he wrote to Fidel Castro before his final departure from Cuba in search of his struggle and freedom in other countries and that Fidel read for the entire country of Cuba. What makes this handwritten letter by the guerrilla Ché Guevara so special is that no letter of farewell from Ché is known when he left Cuba for good, except the one he wrote to Fidel Castro and another that later appeared to his farewell. Wife and children, with which this letter would be the third known in history that Ché Guevara says goodbye when leaving Cuba before he died at the hands of the Bolivian army and the CIA. It is addressed to his faithful friend and companion in the Cuban revolution, Jose Ramón Ponce Diaz. This letter is part of the history of Cuba and the world, due to its importance and the precise moment in the life of Ché Guevara who wrote it. It is a unique letter and of great historical value. Don’t miss the opportunity to get hold of this museum piece. Handwritten letter signed by Ché Guevara, consisting of 3 sheets measurements of each sheet: 27 x 21 cm. Date: 1965, Havana, CUBA. Among many interesting phrases that Ché writes in this farewell letter when he leaves Cuba never to return, there are written phrases such as the following: – I dare say that you are one of the privileged people to write about my farewell; Ponce, a good friend and revolutionary, I choose this time 4.35 A. “I will send you the names of these with my handwriting and a good writing for your presentation, in case you cannot communicate with me unless you physically exist, since my tasks are very dangerous” (referring to his new war to favor of the revolution in other countries such as the Congo and Bolivia, where he went after writing this letter). With certificate number and endorsed by the expert William Lee, Los Angeles, USA. Here is a brief biography of Ché Guevara and Jose Ramón Ponce Diaz: 1. Ernesto Guevara (Rosario, June 14, 19281 – La Higuera, October 9, 1967). Known as Che Guevara, he was a Cuban nationalized Argentine doctor, politician, guerrilla, writer, journalist, and communist revolutionary. He was one of the ideologues and commanders of the Cuban Revolution. Guevara participated from the armed uprising until 1965 in the organization of the Cuban State. He held various senior positions in his administration and in his government, especially in the economic area, he was president of the National Bank, director of the Industrialization Department of the National Institute of Agrarian Reform (INRA) and Minister of Industry. In the diplomatic area, he acted as head of several international missions. Convinced of the need to extend the armed struggle throughout the third world, Che Guevara promoted the installation of guerrilla “foci” in several Latin American countries. Between 1965 and 1967, he himself fought in the Congo and Bolivia. In the latter country, he was captured and executed in a clandestine and summary manner by the Bolivian Army in collaboration with the CIA on October 9, 1967. The figure of him, as a symbol of world relevance, awakens great passions in public opinion both for and against. For many of his supporters he represents the fight against social injustices, while his detractors judge him negatively. The photographic portrait of him, the work of Alberto Korda, is one of the most reproduced images in the world both in its original form and in variants that reproduce the outline of his face, for symbolic use. José Ramón Ponce Díaz. Known as Pepe Ponce. He was a Cuban revolutionary fighter, an assailant from the Moncada Barracks and an expeditionary from Granma. He is a member of the Orthodox Party. He was among the large group of Artemis who participated in the actions of July 26, 1953 in Oriente. For this reason, he was sent to the Model Prison of Isla de Pinos, being amnestied in 1955. Once a prisoner, he was sent to prison again, where he remained until the end of the war. After his release, he re-entered the revolutionary forces and was chief of the police in Pinar del Río and Las Villas; he participated in the cleaning up of the mercenary remnants after the battle of Girón and carried out internationalist missions in Angola, Algeria and Syria. Professional packaging, sent by express and safe courier. Note: The photographs in the description are a true reflection of the condition of the item. The item “Ernesto CHE Guevara Handwritten Letter ALS SIGNED AUTOGRAPH ORIGINAL /COA 1965″ is in sale since Thursday, April 15, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Manuscripts”. The seller is “ourphotoscollection” and is located in Madrid. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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