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Crown Prince Asfaw Wossen Proclaimed Emperor Amha Selassie of Ethiopia in Exile  Crown Prince Asfaw Wossen was proclaimed Emperor of Ethiopia in Exile at London in 1989. He is shown here with his daughter Princess Mariam Senna and his wife, Empress Medferiashwork

Crown Prince Asfaw Wossen was proclaimed Emperor of Ethiopia in Exile at London in He is shown here with his daughter Princess Mariam Senna and his wife, Empress Medferiashwork

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Haile Selassie, King, Ethiopia, Emperor, Queens, Get A Life

Ras Kassa Hailu  Leul Ras Kassa Hailu was the most senior Prince of the Blood during the reign of Emperor Haile Selassie. He was the head of the cadet Selale Branch, a sub-branch of the Shewan Branch of the Imperial Solomonic Dynasty of Ethiopia

Ras Kassa Hailu Leul Ras Kassa Hailu was the most senior Prince of the Blood during the reign of Emperor Haile Selassie. He was the head of the cadet Selale Branch, a sub-branch of the Shewan Branch of the Imperial Solomonic Dynasty of Ethiopia

Teferi Makonnen ( young Haile Selassie)

For much of His earlier years, Lidj Tafari was unfortunately cared for by others instead of His own parents, due to the early death of His.

Emperor Menelik II of the Ethiopian Empire, leading during the Italian-Ethiopian Wars, helped to maintain Ethiopia's Independence.

Emperor Menelik II of the Ethiopian Empire, leading during the Italian-Ethiopian Wars, helped to maintain Ethiopia's Independence. The father of Ethiopia

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Ethiopian Parliament in January 1935 (1927 E.C) Getty Images Ethiopia Stock Photos

Ethiopian Parliament in January 1935 E.C) Getty Images Ethiopia Stock Photos

Ethiopian Men, Women, Children, Christians & Muslims united in the war against fascism during the 2nd Italo-Ethiopian war of 1936-1941 (1928-1933 E.C)

Ethiopian Men, Women, Children, Christians & Muslims united in the war against fascism during the Italo-Ethiopian war of E.

HIH Prince Alámayou of Ethiopia (1861-1879) was the son of Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia. After his father’s suicide, the prince was taken to Britain under the care of Captain Tristram Speedy (1836-1911).

Captain Speedy and Déjatch Alámayou - by Cornelius Jabez Hughes, c. 1870 HIH Prince Alámayou of Ethiopia was the son of Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia. After his father’s suicide, the prince was taken to Britain under the care of Captain Tristram Speedy

Ethiopia:- Historical Photo ( Dira Dawa & Harar 1900s )

Ethiopia:- Historical Photo ( Dira Dawa & Harar 1900s )

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