Emperor Haile Selassie I of Abyssinia is enjoying a seaside holiday at Eastbourne
Emperor Haile Selassie I of Abyssinia is enjoying a seaside holiday at Eastbourne, Sussex.
The Emperor of Abyssinia keeping in touch with the news of the day at Eastbourne.
18 July 1938
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Africa, Ethiopia, Debub Omo Zone, woman of the Mursi tribe. A nomadic cattle herder ethnic group located in Southern Ethiopia, close to the Sudanese border. Two Mursi men with bodypaint
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Prince Alamayu, son of Emperor Theodor II of Abyssinia, Ryde, England
622821 Prince Alamayu, son of Emperor Theodor II of Abyssinia, Ryde, England, 1868 (albumen print) by Hughes, Cornelius Jabez (1819-94); 9x5.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Prince Alamayu (1861-79), eldest legitimate son of Emperor Tewodros (Theodor) II of Abyssinia (1818-68), who was adopted by the British colonial officer Captain Tristram Speedy and later became a favourite of Queen Victoria. See also image 622859. His father had committed suicide after being defeated by the British at the Battle of Magdala, at the culmination of the 1868 Expedition to Abyssinia under Robert Napier.); A© Michael Graham-Stewart; British, out of copyright
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