Most Famous Revolutionaries of All Times

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1. Ernesto Che Guevara

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This name is probably the first one that comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘revolution’. Che Guevara is an Argentinian Marxist rebel, responsible for the revolution in Cuba. He used to be an ordinary medical student and then suddenly became one of the most iconic personalities ever. No matter how famous all the other people in this list are, none of them was printed on T-shirts!

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2. Fidel Castro


Since we started with the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro should also be mentioned. Being one of the most influential leaders and revolutionaries, he was also the one to turn Cuba into the one-party socialist country. He was Prime Minister and President of Cuba for many years.

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