Far away places with enchanting names [parody poster for Ethiopian Airlines, blasting the Selassie government]

Far away places with enchanting names [parody poster for Ethiopian Airlines, blasting the Selassie government]

[Cuba]: Tricontinental, 1967. 12x19.5 inch poster, modeled after a tourism advert but with one of the photos featuring dead men hanging from a tree. With the usual faint fold creases of posters mailed in Tricontinental; otherwise very good.

"Some of the far away places with charming names that tourists should visit: Alem Bekagne, the biggest prison in East Africa; Kagnew, U.S. strategic military base for 'technical' espionage throughout the world; Adola Mines where 20,000 men waste away doing forced labor; Massawa, important Ethiopian-US-Israeli naval base for the control of the Red Sea."

Cat.No: 207670

Price: $95.00