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Name  Aleida March

Role  Che Guevara's wife
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  Che Guevara (m. 1959–1967)
Children  Aleida Guevara, Camilo Guevara, Celia Guevara, Ernesto Guevara
Grandchildren  Estefania Guevara, Celia Guevara
Similar People  Che Guevara, Aleida Guevara, Hilda Gadea, Hilda Guevara, Fidel Castro
Born  19 October 1936 (age 84) Santa Clara, Villa Clara, Cuba

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Aleida March (born in 1937 in Santa Clara, Cuba) was Ernesto "Che" Guevara's second wife, and a member of Castro's Cuban army.


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Aleida March was an active combatant in Che Guevara's Lightning Campaign in December 1958. She was present at the battle for Las Villas in which Column 8 of the 26th of July Movement was ordered by Fidel Castro to paralyze the occupying military forces of President Fulgencio Batista in the province.

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Her marriage with Che Guevara is reported to have happened both on 23 March 1959 and 2 June 1959, after his divorce from Hilda Gadea. A civil ceremony was held at La Cabaña military fortress. After the 2 June marriage, Guevara and Aleida went to Tarara, a seaside resort town 20 kilometers from Havana for their honeymoon. The couple had four children together: Aleida, Camilo, Celia, and Ernesto.

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She is the author of the book Evocation which is about her falling in love and marrying Che Guevara, and raising their four children after his death.

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In the 2008 biopic Che, she was portrayed by Catalina Sandino Moreno, while in the 2005 biopic Che Guevara, she was portrayed by Paula Garcés.

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