Erkunde American Clothing, Äthiopien und noch mehr!

Portrait of sitting Ethiopian male child, Prince Alamayu. Wearing American clothing, necklace, holding straw-hat.

Portrait of sitting Ethiopian male child, Prince Alamayu. Wearing American clothing, necklace, holding straw-hat.

Äthiopien, Kaiser, Lord, Haile Selassie

Haile Selassie. Emperor of Ethiopia (1930 to 1974) showing the yoni sign.

Haile Selassie. Emperor of Ethiopia (1930 to 1974) showing the yoni sign.

This Day in History: Sep 12,1974: Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, is deposed following a military coup by the Derg, ending a reign of 58 years.

This Day in History: Sep 12,1974: Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, is deposed following a military coup by the Derg, ending a reign of 58 years.

Asnaketch Worku remains a living music legend, undoubtedly one of the most important singers in the history of Ethiopian music.

Asnaketch Worku remains a living music legend, undoubtedly one of the most important singers in the history of Ethiopian music.

Lij Teferi Mekonnen, with two of his courties Dejazmach Haile Selassie & Abba Tabor, at the age of 15. Credit Richard Pankhrust & Denis Gerard : Historic Photographs of Ethiopia & Its People from 1867 to 1935

Lij Teferi Mekonnen, with two of his courties Dejazmach Haile Selassie & Abba Tabor, at the age of 15. Credit Richard Pankhrust & Denis Gerard : Historic Photographs of Ethiopia & Its People from 1867 to 1935

The Battle of Adwa, in which Ethiopian forces under Emperor Menelik II united to defeat an invading force of Italian troops, was one of the most significant turning points in the history of modern Africa. It occurred, in 1896, when the “colonial era” was well advanced on the African continent, and it served notice that Africa was not just there “for the taking” by European powers.

The Battle of Adwa, in which Ethiopian forces under Emperor Menelik II united to defeat an invading force of Italian troops, was one of the most significant turning points in the history of modern Africa. It occurred, in 1896, when the “colonial era” was well advanced on the African continent, and it served notice that Africa was not just there “for the taking” by European powers.

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