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30/05/2014 HOMENAJE A ENRIQUE MENESES.

Enrique Meneses fotografo , Fidel Castro, Raúl Castro y Enrique Meneses

FMLN guerilla fighters in San Antonio Los Ranchos, El Salvador, 1992

z- Girls in Guerrilla FLMN Camp in San Antonio Los Ranchos, El Salvador, 1992

Vilma Lucila Espín Guillois (April 7, 1930 – June 18, 2007) was a Cuban revolutionary, feminist and chemical engineer. She was one of the most important fighters in the struggle for Cuban women’s equality as well as fighting against the Fulgencio Batista dictatorship.

Vilma Lucila Espín Guillois (April 1930 – June was a Cuban revolutionary, feminist and chemical engineer. She was one of the most important fighters in the struggle for Cuban women’s equality as well as fighting against the Fulgencio Batista dictatorship.

Che Guevara. There are so many photos of him laughing; Fidel too.

Che Guevara. There are so many photos of him laughing; Fidel too.

Che Guevara - The Hottest Man in History

Ernesto "Che" Guevara, was an Argentine Marxist revolutionary, physician…

The CIA's Dirty War in Nicaragua | Global Research - http://www.facebook.com/1438257552918997/posts/1583198145091603

The CIA's Dirty War in Nicaragua | Global Research - http://www.facebook.com/1438257552918997/posts/1583198145091603

Unter Feuer: Vietnamesische Eltern versuchen, ihre Kinder vor...

Unter Feuer: Vietnamesische Eltern versuchen, ihre Kinder vor...

Nicaraguan guerrilla and later politician Nora Astorga. Photo by Pedro Meyer.

Nora Astorga Gadea de Jenkins was a Nicaraguan guerrilla fighter in the Nicaraguan Revolution, a lawyer, politician, judge and the Nicaraguan ambassador to the United Nations from 1986 to Photo by Pedro Meyer.

Carlos Fonseca Amador y su esposa Maria Hayde Terán su matrimonio fue casi clandestino, ella era/es de una familia "acomodada" de León por lo cual su matrimonio con el "rebelde" no era bien visto en la sociedad leonesa.  Su amor persistió a pesar de lo difícil que fue la vida del Revolucionario.

Carlos Fonseca Amador y su esposa Maria Hayde Terán su matrimonio fue casi clandestino, ella era/es de una familia "acomodada" de León por lo cual su matrimonio con el "rebelde" no era bien visto en la sociedad leonesa. Su amor persistió a pesar de lo difícil que fue la vida del Revolucionario.

Warriors earned a feather each time he did something the tribe felt was a brave act. Many times, the first feather earned by a warrior was given to him for being seen as an adult member of the tribe. However, the warrior was not just given the feather. The warrior had to prepare himself to receive such an honor and that often require days of fasting and meditation.

This picture is an Indian Chief wearing his traditional head dress. Head dresses in Red Indian cultures generally represented your status, so for example the Chief in the picture has the largest head dress because he has the highest status.

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