Che Guevara – Religion, Siblings, Ethnicity & Family

By | November 6, 2017

Renowned revolutionary Che Guevara has different view about religion. Check out his siblings, ethnicity, children to family detail. One of the major figures of the ‘Cuban Revolution’ is none other than Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Besides being a military theorist, he possessed multiple other talents including physician, diplomat, Argentine Marxist revolutionary, guerrilla leader and author. Such an eminent and valuable personality took birth on 1928 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina to Celia de la Serna y Llosa and Ernesto Guevara Lynch. Guevara belonged to a middle class family. He is still remembered by each and every single individual of the world for Guevarism. The stylized appearance of Che Guevara is still now treated as a rebellion’s symbol as well as a global emblem in popular culture.

Che Guevara

Ethnicity: Spanish-Argentinian, Basque, Spanish-Mexican, Spanish-Chilean and Irish

Name Ernesto Che Guevara
Date of Birth June 14, 1928
Passed Away October 09, 1967
Occupation Revolutionary
Parents Mother: Celia de la Serna y Llosa
Father: Ernesto Guevara Lynch
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Sibling Sister: Celia Guevara de la Serna
Sister: Ana Maria Guevara de la Serna
Brother: Roberto Guevara de la Serna
Brother: Juan Martin Guevara de la Serna
Education University of Buenos Aires
Languages English, Spanish and French
Religion Atheism
Children’s Daughter: Celia Guevara
Daughter: Hilda Guevara
Daughter: Aleida Guevara
Son; Ernesto Guevara
Son: Camilo Guevara
Relationship Status Married
Wife Aleida March (1959–1967)
Hilda Gadea (1955–1959)
Sun Sign Taurus

Time magazine declared and listed him under top 100 most influential individuals of the 20th century. Before wondering around South America, Che Guevara studied medicine and the conditions that he observed during his journey awakened his Marxist beliefs. During the days of his youth, he was suffering from asthma. But, it did not prevent him from becoming a strong athlete. Besides this, Che also absorbed political views from his friends and family members and the views were left leaning. Thus, by the time he stepped into his teens, he was politically active. At that time, he joined a group which was against the Juan Peron’s government.

Guevara was associated with organizations like United Party of the Cuban Socialist Revolution, 26th of July Movement, National Liberation Army (Bolivia), etc. He stayed with his first wife Hilda Gadea from 1955 to 1959 and again tied firm knots with Aleida March, with whom he stayed till his death. He had five children namely Hilda, Camilo, Aleida, Ernesto and Celia. Unfortunately, such a great personality had to leave the world on 9th October, 1967 at a young age of 39 years.

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