Haile Selassie


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Synonyms for Haile Selassie

emperor of Ethiopia

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Itabarica Napthali (centre) with fellow-members of the Haile Selassie 1 Peace Foundation.
The coronation on 2 November 1930 of Haile Selassie, who had already been the "strong man" (de facto ruler) of Ethiopia (as "regent" and proclaimed "heir apparent") during the reign of his predecessor, Empress Zauditu, was viewed as a political landmark.
The Haile Selassie project was launched in Handsworth five years ago.
1941 Emperor Haile Selassie returned to Ethiopia from exile in England after the liberation of his country by British forces.
The country was eventually handed back to Haile Selassie and we moved back to the UK (Sennybridge) and then to West Germany.
In 1930, while working as a journalist, I attended the coronation of Emperor Haile Selassie.
1930: Ras Safari was crowned Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia.
1930: Ras Tafari was crowned Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia: he would rule until 1974, with a five-year exile during Italian occupation 1936-1941.
Isaac is a Fulbright Scholar who graduated from Ethiopia's Haile Selassie University before pursuing graduate studies at the University of Michigan, where he earned a Ph.
In the 1960's Ethiopia's emperor Haile Selassie went to Kingston, and soon after allotted land to Rastafarian pilgrims to come home to Africa.
A succession of feudal emperors, culminating with Haile Selassie, tried to foster and reinforce a sense of common Ethiopian identity by imposing Amharic as the lingua franca and by creating a formidable military establishment with the assistance of the United States.
But one thing I found out was that Haile Selassie lived in North Berwick when he was a wee boy after his folks were exiled from Ethiopia.
On May 25, 1963, Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie and 31 of the continent's other leaders came together in the capital Addis Ababa to form the Organization of African Unity (OAU).
1st Chairperson 25th May 1963 Haile Selassie I Ethiopia.