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THE FACT ABOUT EMPEROR YOHANESS

Yohannes IV, English John IV, original name Kassa,
(born 1831—died March 10, 1889, Metema, Sudan), emperor of Ethiopia (1872–89).
Like his predecessor, Tewodros II (reigned 1855–68), Yohannes IV was a strong, progressive ruler,
but he spent most of his time repelling military threats from Egypt, Italy, and the Mahdists of the Sudan.

1872-1889

THE FACT ABOUT KING THEODRWS OF THE ETHIOPIA

TEODROWS II King Tewodros II of Ethiopia
Tewodros II was born from His father
Hailu Welde Giyorigis and his mother Woizero Atitegeb Wondbewossen. He was the ruler of Qwara district, located on the Ethiopian-Sudanese border. His military experience started when he served in his half brother’s army. His half-brother died in 1839 and Qwara was lost to the family and claimed by Empress Menen of Gondar.


1866-1866

Menelik II

THE FACT ABOUT EMPEROR MENELIK THE SECOND

MENELIK II  Emperor Menelik II baptised as Sahle Maryam (17 August 1844 – 12 December 1913), was Negus of Shewa (1866–89), then Emperor of Ethiopia from 1889 to his death in 1913. At the height of his internal power and external prestige, the process of territorial expansion and creation of the modern empire-state …

Taytu Betul (c.1851–1918), wife of Menelik (King of Shoa and later Negus Negast or King of Kings), was a formidable queen and empress of Ethiopia. She used her exceptional intelligence to strengthen and extend her power through an adroit blend of

1851-1918

THE FACT ABOUT EMPEROR HAILE SELASIE THE FIRST

EMPEROR HAILE SELASIE THE FIRST  HAILESELASIE

EMPEROR HAILE SELASIE THE FIRST  HAILESELASIE is Ethiopia’s 225thand last emperor,
who was born on 23 July 1892, worked to modernize Ethiopia for several decades before famine and political opposition forced him from office in 1974. 

 

EMPEROR HAILE SELASSIE (1892-1975)

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE FACT ABOUT DR ABIY AHMED ETHIOPIAN PRIM MINISTER