Haile Selassie I (häftad)
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Haile Selassie I (häftad)

Haile Selassie I

Silver Jubilee

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This book reveals that, contrary to stereotype belief, Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia is not a cryptic, mystic ruler of a legendary African Kingdom, but a man of sterling ability with an extraordinary range of interests which he applies as leader of Ethiopia's Renaissance. Maybe the most fascinating monarch of his time, Emperor Haile Selassie I is the only monarch remaining in Africa, where the representative of the former great ruling dynasties have all been reduced to the status of "Chiefs." He is the head of one of the oldest nations but, as this study uncovers, also the ruler of one of the younger advancing polities of modern times. The work treats extensively of the most important aspects of this advance. One of the few important frontiers of economic, industrial, political and cultural development from a modern point of view, a country awaiting and inviting capital, skill and the spirit of progressive adventure, the land of Prester John has been completely transformed since Haile Selassie I was crowned Emperor on November 2nd, 1930. The information provided in this book delves into all aspects of the Imperial government which should be of particular interest to businessmen, industrialists, students and those otherwise interested in the social and political evolution of the Ethiopian Empire. Written by a dignitary who worked for Haile Selassie I, this unique biography provides unequivocal facts, rarely disclosed, about the accomplishments and policies of this world-renowned monarch who dominated the 20th Century as the face of Ethiopia and Africa as a whole. Included in this updated version of the memorable Silver Jubilee are the Revised Ethiopian Constitution of 1955, the Ratified Eritrean Constitution of 1952, the Imperial brochure "Eritrea Hails Her Sovereign," and rare photographs of Emperor Haile Selassie I.
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Dr. David Abner Talbot, was from British Guyana and relocated to Ethiopia where he became Editor-in-Chief of "The Ethiopian Herald" and was an adviser to Emperor Haile Selassie I. He also was the chief editor of "Ethiopia: Liberation Silver Jubilee (1941-1966)" which was published by the Publications & Foreign Languages Press Department, MINISTRY OF INFORMATION, Addis Ababa - Ethiopia, 1966. Dr. Talbot received "The Order of The Commander of Menelik with Plaque" for his outstanding contributions to Ethiopia and was married to Egyptian born Twahilda Talbot.




1.  honoring menelik ii 

2.  his majesty the emperor 

3.  the coronation  

4.  the italo-ethiopian war 

5.  resistance and ordeal  

6.  ethiopia and the league 

7.  the liberation campaign 

8.  the triumph 

9.  post-liberation political issues 

10.  situation on emperor's return 

11.  the imperial palace 

12.  the capital 

13.  the ethiopian church 

14.  the constitution, law and justice 

15.  agriculture in ethiopia 

16.  education  

17.  finance and fiscal policy  

18.  state bank of ethiopia 

19.  commercial and industrial progress 

20.  ethiopia's foreign policy 

21.  ethiopia and the united nations 

22.  public health 

23.  internal administration 

24.  national defense 

25.  public works and communications 

26.  ethiopia in the air age 

27.  posts and telecommunications 

28.  the ethiopian press 

29.  civic, social and welfare organization 

30.  tourist resources of ethiopia  

31.  the return of eritrea 

32.  emperor's state visits 

33.  conclusion