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Students protest in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, September 17, 1974, against the military committee that seized political power last week (PHOTO: AP)

Students protest in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, September against the military committee that seized political power last week (PHOTO: AP)

'Tojo' the lion guards the Jubilee Palace in Addis Ababa, 1965

'Tojo' the lion guards the Jubilee Palace in Addis Ababa, the home of the last emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I -

በአዲስ አበባ ከተማ የመጀመሪያው የመድሃኒት ሱቅ ወይም ፋርማሲ ህዳር 22 1902 ስለ መከፈቱ ታሪክ ላይ ሰፍሮ ይገኛል ፤ ስሙም ፋርማሲያ ላ ጆርጂያ ነበር። : ይህን ፋርማሲ የከፈተው ዶክተር መረብ ነው ፤ ስሙንም የሰየመው በእናት ሀገሩ በሶቭየት በጆርጂያ ስም ነበር ፤ ፋርማሲውንም የከፈተው ራስ መኮንን ጎዳና ላይ ሲሆን ቤቱ ያለበትን መሬት የተከራየው ገራሲሞስ ከሚባል ግሪካዊ ነበር።

In the early century, Paul Merab (His real name, Petre Merabishvili ) the personal physician of Emperor Menelik II of Ethiopia, and who owned the first pharmacy in Addis Ababa

Future Emperors of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I (1892 - 1975) and Iyasu V (1887 - 1935) at school in Harar, circa 1905. Haile Selassie is standing to the right, marked with one cross on his chest, and Iyasu is to the left, with two crosses.

Future Emperors of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I - and Iyasu V - at school in Harar, circa Haile Selassie is standing to the right, marked with one cross on his chest, and Iyasu is to the left, with two crosses.

ETHIOPIA - 1955.

vintage everyday: Amazing Color Photos of Life in Ethiopia in the

Ethiopian National Literacy Campaign of 1979.. The National Literacy Campaign of Socialist Ethiopia first-round campaign, launched on 8 July 1979. It was full of excitement and challenges. The short-term plan was to begin the literacy campaign in the urban and suburban areas of Ethiopia. The target was 1.3 million new literates in 5,000 centres and 35,000 instructors. The ultimate goal of the literacy campaign was to eradicate illiteracy throughout Ethiopia. Photo:- Horn of Africa group…

Ethiopian National Literacy Campaign of 1979.. The National Literacy Campaign of Socialist Ethiopia first-round campaign, launched on 8 July 1979. It was full of excitement and challenges. The short-term plan was to begin the literacy campaign in the urban and suburban areas of Ethiopia. The target was 1.3 million new literates in 5,000 centres and 35,000 instructors. The ultimate goal of the literacy campaign was to eradicate illiteracy throughout Ethiopia. Photo:- Horn of Africa group…

EPRP Founding members -- continued Unlike most EPRP leaders Tselote Hizkias remained in Ethiopia. He was a close associate of Zeru Kheshen. His brother Yitbarek Hizkias came back from the US to lead EPRP's urban campaign against the Derg. Yitabrek drove the get away car when Teshome Gebremariam - an elementary school teacher turned EPRP hit man shot and killed Dr Fikre Merid a MEISON member and son of the late General Merid Mengesha (Merid Mengesha is credited for putting down the 1960 coup…

EPRP Founding members -- continued Unlike most EPRP leaders Tselote Hizkias remained in Ethiopia. He was a close associate of Zeru Kheshen. His brother Yitbarek Hizkias came back from the US to lead EPRP's urban campaign against the Derg. Yitabrek drove the get away car when Teshome Gebremariam - an elementary school teacher turned EPRP hit man shot and killed Dr Fikre Merid a MEISON member and son of the late General Merid Mengesha (Merid Mengesha is credited for putting down the 1960 coup…

Historical Photot:- Ras Weldegiorgis, Negus Mekeal and Lij Iyasu

Ras Wolde Giyorgis, Negus Mikael, and Lej Iyasu

Moorish, Ethiopia, Abyssinian, Warriors, African

The Emperor and Empress arrive at the Cathedral of St. George to celebrate their Silver Jubilee The Empress is attended by her granddaughters, Princess Aida Desta and Princess Seble Desta.

The Emperor Haile Selassie and Empress Menen arriving at the Cathedral of St. George for the Mass commemorating their Silver Jubilee in November The Empress is attended by her granddaughters, Princess Hirut Desta and Princess Seble Desta.

Warriors of the Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, Second Italo-Abyssinian War, 1935. This Day in History: May 9, 1936 Italy formally annexes Ethiopia after taking the capital Addis Ababa on May 5 http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

Warriors of the Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, Second Italo-Abyssinian War, 1935

1944 ETHIOPIA Haile Selassie & Lion of Judah TONED GEM Rastafarian Penny SCARCE

1944 ETHIOPIA Haile Selassie & Lion of Judah TONED GEM Rastafarian Penny SCARCE

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