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Every photo has a story to tell, and the eldest son of Argentine-born Marxist revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara is hoping that the photographs taken by his father will give people a fuller view of his life.

An exhibition starting in Tokyo next Wednesday will showcase for the first time in Japan around 240 photographs taken by Guevara, whose iconic image still emblazons T-shirts and posters around the world half a century after his death in 1967.

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