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For Blood and Honor: Two Men and Their Fame and Power

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  1. Introduction
  2. The revolution and Ernesto Che Guevera and Alberto Korda
  3. Che Guevara's love
  4. Che Guevara succumbing to the powers of human nature
  5. Was Che Guevara a good man?

It has been said that love is the deepest and strongest of all human emotions. It is understood globally across all countries and continents. One of the beautiful things about love is that it can exist anywhere, in many shapes and varieties. It has the power to bring people, countries, and lifestyles together. Most importantly, it had the power to bring both Ernesto Che Guevera and Alberto Korda to their feet and ignite the revolution of Cuba.
It was not ordinary love that drove these two men to stand up for their tiny, impoverished country. It was neither sexual nor romantic. However, the love differs between the two men. Korda's love was pride; undying pride for his community and his country. Che's love was through power and control.

[...] Over time, Che's focus in the Revolution shifted from social and economic change for the better to personal and political power. Alberto Korda had two main loves that centered him on the Revolution photography and his country. At first, it may have seemed that Korda focused mainly on his photography and fashion and the glamorous lifestyle that accompanied it. But as revealed in KordaVision, there is a distinct moment that moved Korda to trade in fashion for fighting. It was when Korda encountered a young girl, roughly the age of four, standing outside of her tiny house. [...]


[...] For Blood and Honor: Two Men and Their Fame and Power It has been said that love is the deepest and strongest of all human emotions. It is understood globally across all countries and continents. One of the beautiful things about love is that it can exist anywhere, in many shapes and varieties. It has the power to bring people, countries, and lifestyles together. Most importantly, it had the power to bring both Ernesto Che Guevera and Alberto Korda to their feet and ignite the revolution of Cuba. [...]

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