Objects & Places from A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier

Ishmael Beah
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Mogbwemo

This was the village where Ishmael and his brother lived.

Mattru Jong

This was the village where Ishmael first saw war.

Cassettes

These saved the lives of Ishmael and his traveling companions a couple times.

Kabati

This was the home of Ishmael's grandparents.

Kamator

This was a village where Ishmael and his traveling companions worked as guards and farm workers.

Yele

This was the village where Ishmael and the others became soldiers.

Village Cemetery

This was where Saidu was buried after a short funeral.

Banana Farm

This was where Ishmael and the others found Gasemu and near the village where Ishmael's family was killed.

UNICEF

This was an organization that tried to rehabilitate child soldiers.

Freetown

This was where Ishmael was rehabilitated and his uncle lived.

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