LATINO VOICES
06/19/2013 09:20 am ET Updated Jul 28, 2014

Che Guevara's Previously Unseen Bolivian Letters And Photos Released By Newspaper

Nearly half a century after his death following a skirmish with Bolivian soldiers, a newspaper in the Andean nation published earlier this week a slew of previously unseen photographs and personal letters from the Argentine-born, Cuban revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara.

Hidden away in a military complex basement since Guevara's death in 1967, the Bolivian newspaper La Razón gained access to the revolutionary's long-hidden journal, photos and letters. Among the findings published in a 20-page supplement in the newspaper were black-and-white photographs, including one striking image of Argentine-born German guerrilla Haydee Tamara Bunke, known by the nom de guerre Tania, with her head shaved.

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