A firsthand account of the 1966–68 revolutionary campaign in Bolivia led by Ernesto Che Guevara.
This is the story of Pombo—the nom de guerre of Harry Villegas, a young fighter still in his 20s, who was a member of Guevara's general staff. Villegas led the small group of combatants who survived the Bolivian army’s encirclement and lived to recount this epic chapter in the history of the Americas.
Preface by Mary-Alice Waters, chronology, glossary, index.
Appendix: List of Combatants.