The guerrilla movement in Latin America is currently at its lowest level of activity in more than 40 years. However, for decades this revolutionary phenomenon spread throughout Latin America. In total, there were more than one hundred guerrilla groups in the region.
Everything began with the Cuban revolution, which is when this country, Cuba, also became the nerve center of all these guerrillas.
Now, why did they emerge? How could they have such an impact? And perhaps the most important question, what were Havana’s intentions? Did Cuba want to take over Latin America? We’ll tell you all about it in this video.