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Negus of Ethiopia, Menelik II at The Battle of Adowa, 1897 by Paul Buffet Framed Photographic Print Magnolia Box Size: Extra Large History Of Ethiopia, African Royalty, Canvas Art, Canvas Prints, Black History Facts, Perfect World, Leonid Afremov Paintings, Interesting History, African History
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Emperor Negus Menelik II of Ethiopia at Battle of Adwa 1896

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Negus of Ethiopia, Menelik II at The Battle of Adowa, 1897 by Paul Buffet Framed Photographic Print Magnolia Box Size: Extra Large History Of Ethiopia, African Royalty, Canvas Art, Canvas Prints, Black History Facts, Perfect World, Leonid Afremov Paintings, Interesting History, African History
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Emperor Negus Menelik II of Ethiopia at Battle of Adwa 1896

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Ras Wubineh Tessema Popularly known as "Amoraw Wubineh" or "Wubineh the Eagle", Ras Wubineh Tessema was a prominent leader of the anti-facsist resistance in western Beghemidir province during the Italian occupation of Ethiopia between 1936 and History Of Ethiopia, Ethiopia Travel, Moorish Science, Haile Selassie, Church Pictures, Horn Of Africa, African Royalty, Addis Ababa, Lion Of Judah
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Ras Wubineh Tessema

Popularly known as "Amoraw Wubineh" or "Wubineh the Eagle", Ras Wubineh Tessema was a prominent leader of the anti-facsist resistance in western Beghemidir province during the Italian occupation of Ethiopia between 1936 and 1941. A native of Armachoho district in the lowlands bordering the Sudan, Wubineh Tessema started out as one of many bandit/brigand leaders out to make their fortune in the rough and tumble frontier regions. Upon the invasion of Ethiopia by the Italians, Wubineh Tessema…

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The Oromo Studies Association (OSA) is profoundly saddened by the death of Nelson Mandela. Mandela was a father, a husband, a statesman, a global hero, an anti-apartheid symbol, an advocate of human rights, and a fearless fighter of discrimination. He fought for the equal right of the black people in Apartheid South Africa, and paid...

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Why did northern Ethiopian peasants starve in the famine?

Why did northern Ethiopian peasants starve in the 1973-1974 famine?

According to a 1974 UN FAO report 300,000 people, predominantly the northern rural poor, died during the 1973-1974 Ethiopian famine. There are a plethora of factors that created this famine from t…

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Weyzero Mulumebet Emeru é a the First Ethiopian Woman Pilot. She interrupted flying when the Italians invaded Ethiopia in History Of Ethiopia, Pilot Humor, Flight Take Off, Ethiopian People, Haile Selassie, Horn Of Africa, Female Pilot, Abyssinian
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Muluemebet Emiru Africa’s First Female Pilot in 1936

Africa’s first female pilot was Muluemebet Emiru from Ethiopia. Muluemebet started training in 1934 or 1926 (Ethiopian calendar) – completing the course in 1936. Her piloting career though was cut short by the Italian invasion of May 1936. She was also Ethiopia’s first licensed female driver in 1934. “I was overwhelmed. It was a tremendous thrill though I did not realize at the time… that I was Africa’s first woman pilot. But with the war, I gave up flying. Indeed I got married.”, the 1980…

Abebe Bikila is awarded by Emperor Haile Selassie, after returning victorious from Rome Olympic Games

This Day in History: Aug 7, 1932: Abebe Bikila, the barefoot runner, is born

Abebe Bikila (August 7, 1932 – October 25, 1973) was a double Olympic marathon champion from Ethiopia, most famous for winning a marathon gold medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics while running barefoot. A stadium in Addis Ababa is named in his honor.[1] Background 1932–1959 Abebe Bikila was born on August 7, 1932, the day of the Los Angeles Olympic Marathon, in the village of Jato, located 25 kilometers outside the town of Mendida, Ethiopia. His father was a shepherd. Abebe decided to work for…

Ethiopian soccer legend Mengistu Worku who helped Ethiopia win the African Cup has passed away. Memorial service for him will be held on Friday in Addis Ababa at the St. Ethiopia Addis Ababa, History Of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie, National Football Teams, Passed Away, Historical Photos, Black Men, Champion, Nostalgia
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Ethiopian soccer legend Mengistu Worku passed away | Ethiopian Review - Ethiopian News

Ethiopian soccer legend Mengistu Worku who helped Ethiopia win the 3rd African Cup has passed away. Memorial service for him will be held on Friday in Addis Ababa at the St. Petros Church where he …

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Emperor Negus Menelik II of Ethiopia at Battle of Adwa 1896

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Degaga "Mamo" Wolde - Ethiopian long distance runner

Degaga "Mamo" Wolde - Ethiopian long distance runner who competed in track, cross-country, and road running events. He was the winner of the marathon at the 1968 Summer Olympics Please remember that for this replica, that sizes beyond 24 x 20 will be slightly blurred due to the negative exceeding the recommended print size (< 300dpi).