Objects & Places from The Emperor: Downfall of an Autocrat

Ryszard Kapuściński
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Ethiopia

This is a nation on the Eastern coast of Africa.

Addis Adaba

This is the capitol of an African country.

The New Palace

This is the place where the Emperor lived.

The Old Palace

This place was the official headquarters of the government.

The Hour of Assignments

This was a time when government officials were hired, promoted, demoted, and fired.

The Hour of the Cashbox

This was a time when people could ask for money to fund a government project.

The Hour of the Supreme Court

This was the time when judicial cases were decided.

The Hour of Development

This was the time to discuss ways to modernize and update Ethiopia.

Fetasha

This is a term that means "search" and refers to the frequent searches that Ethiopians were submitted to after the government fell.

Personal People

These were individuals from poor villages who were given an income...

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