Guevara can refer to:

  • Amado Guevara, Honduran football (soccer) player
  • Alvaro Guevara Mexican composer
  • Ángel Aníbal Guevara, Guatemalan politician
  • Antonio de Guevara, Spanish chronicler and moralist
  • Armando Guevara, Venezuelan boxer
  • Ena Guevara, Peruvian long-distance runner
  • Ernesto "Che" Guevara, Argentine Marxist revolutionary
  • Giomar Guevara, Major League Baseball shortstop who played for the Seattle Mariners
  • Hilda Guevara, Peruvian congresswoman
  • Jesús Guevara, Venezuelan heavyweight boxer
  • Manuel Guevara, Venezuelan road cyclist
  • Otto Guevara, Costa Rican libertarian politician
  • Alonso Guevara, Son of Costa Rican libertarian politician


  • Guevara, Spain (in Basque, Gebara), village in the Basque Country


  • Guerrilla War (arcade game), Japanese video-game named after Ernesto "Che" Guevara, which was released as "Guerrilla War" in the United States

Other articles related to "guevara":

Legacy Of Che Guevara - 1960's & 70's Symbol of Rebellion
... identity." — Isabel Hilton, New Statesman Guevara, who has been variously described as "the rock-hero biker revolutionary", "the martyr to idealism", and "James Dean in fatigues" became a. 1960's literary icon Susan Sontag spoke glowingly of the "inspiring beautiful legend" that was Guevara, comparing him Lord Byron, Emiliano Zapata, and José Martí ... the West, while Jean-Paul Sartre, a leading existentialist philosopher who knew Guevara personally, encouraged the adulation by describing him as "the most complete human being of our age." "That he was shot after ...
Legacy Of Che Guevara - Personal Legacy - Critics
... Typically, responses to Guevara's legacy follow partisan lines ... Subsequent critical analysts have also shed light on aspects of cruelty in Guevara’s methods, and analysed what Fidel Castro described as Guevara’s "excessively aggressive quality ... Though much opposition to Guevara's methods has come from the political right, critical evaluation has also come from groups such as anarchists, Trotskyists, and civil ...
Guevara, Spain
... Guevara (in Basque and officially Gebara) is a small village and former municipality through which the Zadorra River runs ... The place is renowned for the role played by the lords of Guevara in the Basque Party Wars of the late Middle Ages and their castle conspicuous from miles away at the top of a hill ... Here can be found the The castle of Guevara Destroyed in the Carlist Wars (19th century), now in ruins ...
Legacy Of Che Guevara - Pop Culture Icon
... Further information Che Guevara in popular culture On the 40th anniversary of Guevara's execution in Bolivia the compilation Che in Verse brought together a diverse ... In September 2007, Guevara was voted "Argentina's greatest historical and political figure." "Che Guevara - hero of the Cuban Revolution, left-wing icon and the face that has sold ... expert in guerrilla warfare, and a thoughtful philosopher who died young for his cause, Guevara has always been the revolutionaries' revolutionary ...
Legacy Of Che Guevara
... The legacy of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara (June 14, 1928 – October 9, 1967) is constantly evolving in the collective imagination ... As an iconic symbol of counterculture worldwide, Guevara is one of the most recognizable and influential revolutionary figures of the twentieth century ... around his legacy is further complicated by the fact that Guevara exists simultaneously as several different entities, both literal man and global emblem, leading to disputes between ...

Famous quotes containing the word guevara:

    When asked whether or not we are Marxists, our position is the same as that of a physicist or a biologist who is asked if he is a “Newtonian” or if he is a “Pasteurian.”
    —Ernesto “Che” Guevara (1928–67)