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Speeches, Sound Bites, Tributes & Revolutionary Folk
Most of these are ripped from a tape I picked up in Havana. Gratefully hosted on my behalf at the Progressive Music Archive. Other files provided by the contributor listed.

Speeches
Star Che's Farewell Letter to Cuba, as read by Fidel Castro: "Carta de Despedida del Che a Fidel."
Star Fragments of a speech by Che, delivered on December 11th, 1964 at the General Assembly of the UN. Courtesy of Dr. Manfred Taege.

Sound Bites
Star Fidel proclaiming "Hasta La Victoria Siempre," the closure of Che's letter.

Tributes to Ernesto 'Che' Guevara
Tributes to Che ripped from a tape I picked up in Havana. Gratefully hosted on my behalf at the Progressive Music Archive (MP3 Format)
Star "La Senda Esta Trazada," by Daniel Viglietti.
Star "Hasta Siempre," by Carlos Puebla y Sus Tradicionales.
Star "Hasta Siempre," by Soledad Bravo. Courtesy of Dr. Manfred Taege.
Star "Hemos Dicho Basta," by Mauricio Vigli.
Star "Nada Mas," by Atahualpa Yupanqui.
Star "Cancion del Hombre Nuevo," by Daniel Viglietti.
Star "Su Nombre Ardio Como Un Rajar," by Patricio Manns.
Star "Zamba del Che," by Victor Jara.
Star "Fusil Contra Fusil," by Silvio Rodriguez.

Revolutionary Folk
Star "Playa Girón," by Silvío Rodriguez.

Miscellaneous
Star "Indian Girl," A song with interesting lyrics by The Rolling Stones. From their 1980 album, "Emotional Rescue."

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» "No me mandes muchos hombres. Mandame pocos, pero que sean muy buenos." - "Don't send me many men. Send me a few, but let them be very good."
» Ernesto 'Che' Guevara
Last message ever written by Che to Fidel Castro, from Bolivia, in answer to Fidel's offer for weapons, equipment, and all the men he needed for the spreading of the revolution throughout South America. [submitted by Carlos Isoard Freyssinier]

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» Antonio Maceo
(1845-1896)
Prominent military leader and strategist in the three Cuban independence wars; opposed 1878 treaty that ended first war; led march from eastern to western ends of island 1895-96; killed in battle.