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Hasta la Victoria Siempre
Producer: ICAIC
1965
BW
28 minutes
Cuba
Spanish
English transcript available

Hasta la Victoria Siempre

This film presents a strong indictment of U.S. military involvement in Bolivia. It contains televised speeches by Ernesto Che Guevara, intercut with photographs and footage from the hills of Bolivia. In one speech, Che discusses the importance of the Cuban revolution to Latin America and the role of the United States in perpetuating poverty in Bolivia.
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