Draconian rules—including not just a ban on women drivers but also alcohol prohibition, severe dress codes requiring women to cover themselves before leaving the house, and state-enforced gender segregation in virtually all public places, including Starbucks —have been so well publicized throughout the world that many casual and distant observers of the Middle East think this sort of thing is par for the course over there. Women can already drive everywhere else in the world. Saudi Arabia is just one of just two countries Iran is the other that require women to cover their heads in public.
Again, like Castro sites, there are many, but of variable quality and very often strongly biased to the left.
Here are a selection: Produced by a group called PopSubCulture dot com. Simplybut clearly written. Takes a largely factual line. Good section on cultural significance and links to other sites But beware, the most interesting links are actually straight links to Amazon books Among those whose memories are discussed are: Jean-Paul Sartre; a fellow member of the 26 July Army; Castro's former lover and a journalist who was one of the last to see him before he was killed.
Good images, sound bites. A 35 anos de su muerte, este informe reconstruye etapas importantes de la vida de este mito hecho hombre.
But turn off the music!! Ernesto Che Guevara de la Serna Cultish site from Cuba's city of Cotorro, but one that includes much of primary source interest.
Besides videos, songs mp3 it includes the text of the Bolivian diaries and many other Che writings. This links to the archive of the site but the large site is almost totally archived and of value as a Cuban source.
Use Google to translate pieces if you need English. Castro and Guevara Fidel and Che: Short interview with images from UK Guardian Castro visits home of Che Guevara Fidel Castro has made an emotional pilgrimage to the boyhood home of his fellow-revolutionary Che Guevara. BBC news video shows home of Che.
Making of a Marxist Extracts from previously unpublished letters and journals written at 25, when Che Guevara, a newly qualified doctor, set off through Central America.
This was the journey that transformed him from tourist to revolutionary. The Militant Three articles written in from the Sierra Maestre. Good links to writings. Fundamentals of Guerrilla Warfare review of the writings of Che Guevara on the subject of revolutionary guerrilla warfare.
Major Jackie Clarke, U. Marine Corps Che the photographer See many of the photos taken by Guevara himself.
The Spanish photography curator Josep Vicent Monzo discovered this collection, which had been preserved in the study centre Che Guevara in Havana, inand, after screening the material, he presented a selection of photos for the first time in Europe in The site is no longer active, this is the Wayback version.
Nearly all images are available but the text is German. English version is herebut fewer images seem stored. But no ads for T shirts!JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.
Nov 25, · Watch video · Cuban leader Fidel Castro () established the first communist state in the Western Hemisphere after leading an overthrow of the military dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista in He ruled. Fidel Castro, in full Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, (born August 13, , near Birán, Cuba—died November 25, , Cuba), political leader of Cuba (–) who transformed his country into the first communist state in the Western Hemisphere.
Nov 25, · Watch video · Cuban leader Fidel Castro () established the first communist state in the Western Hemisphere after leading an overthrow of .
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