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  1. Eritrea: Revolution at Dusk by Robert Papstein, 1990-08
  2. ERITREA: An entry from Gale's <i>Cities of the World</i>
  3. The first to be freed: The record of British Military administration in Eritrea and Somalia, 1941-1943 by Kenneth Cecil Gandar Dower, 1944
  4. The Coinage of Ethiopia, Eritrea and Italian Somalia by Dennis Gill, 1991-11
  5. Eritrea: An entry from Charles Scribner's Sons' <i>Africa: An Encyclopedia for Students</i>
  6. ERITREA: An entry from Gale's <i>World Education Encyclopedia</i> by Leslie D. Gottesman, 2001
  7. Eritrea: An entry from Gale's <i>Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices</i> by Victoria Bernal, Tekle Woldemikael, 2006
  8. Eritrea and Ethiopia: The Federal Experience by Tekeste Negash, 1997-02
  9. Eritrea's External Relations: Understanding Its Regional Role and Foreign Policy
  10. Never Kneel Down: Drought, Development and Liberation in Eritrea by James Firebrace, Stuart Holland, 1985-02
  11. Jews and Judaism in Eritrea: Eritrean Jews, Synagogues in Eritrea, Operation Magic Carpet, Asmara Synagogue, History of the Jews in Eritrea
  12. Property Rights & Political Development: In Ethiopia & Eritrea (Eastern African Studies) by Sandra Joireman, 2000-12-01
  13. Unfinished Business: Ethiopia And Eritrea At War
  14. Eritrea: Even the Stones Are Burning by Roy Pateman, 1998-02

61. Radio  Asmarino - Voice Of Eritrea - Halifax Canada
Special Program On eritrea Voice Of eritrea Halifax Canada The programcovers eritrea's history going back almost 100 years. Nazareth
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Select Audio Program Introduction Nazareth Yemane Prof. Ghidewon Abay Saleh AA Younis Elias Amare K. Morrison Prof. Asmerom Legesse Prof. Mohamed Hassan Elsa Musa Dan Connell Amanuel Melles Back to Start Page Special Program On Eritrea
Voice Of Eritrea - Halifax Canada
The program covers Eritrea's History going back almost 100 years
Nazareth Yemane Introduction to Eritrea: A victim and Eritrean History - 11th Century to 1890 Professor Ghidewon The birth of Two Nations 1890-to Treaties 1902,1904,1908 Border Demarcation and current conflict of the border dispute. Saleh AA Younis 1952 British Occupation, Eritrean Federation, Annexation, and present conflict. Elias Amare 1961 Eritrean Revolution, 1963 formation of OAU, 1991 Eritrean Independence and relation with Ethiopia and Present conflict

history The story so far. eritrea is a small country with a lotof interesting history that dates back to the 1 st century AD.

63. Reporting History - CESCR - Eritrea -
eritrea. REPORTING history. Due Received Examined. CESCR. Initial. 30Jun-03.Home About Text of the Treaties Amendments to the Treaties.
CESCR Initial 30-Jun-03
About Text of the Treaties Amendments to the Treaties ... Report: Universality at the Crossroads

64. Reporting History - CCPR - Eritrea -
eritrea. REPORTING history. Due Received Examined. CCPR. Initial. 22Apr-03.Home About Text of the Treaties Amendments to the Treaties.
CCPR Initial 22-Apr-03
About Text of the Treaties Amendments to the Treaties ... Report: Universality at the Crossroads

65. GFW | Africa Report | Eritea
The country's population is divided evenly between Muslims and Christians, andfor most of eritrea's history there has been very little sectarian tension.
Eritrea, with just over three million inhabitants, is one of the world's youngest nations. The country's population is divided evenly between Muslims and Christians, and for most of Eritrea's history there has been very little sectarian tension. The adult literacy rate is twenty percent, life expectancy is forty-six years, and eighty percent of the population is rural. Eritrea was an Italian colony until 1941 and then became a British protectorate. In 1952, a UN resolution joined a reluctant Eritrea to Ethiopia in a federation; it was annexed into Ethiopia under the emperor Haile Selassie in 1962. After its protracted struggle with Ethiopia and being hit by several disastrous droughts, Eritrea finally gained its independence in 1993. In this struggle, one-third of the freedom fighters were women. Women veterans are highly respected in Eritrea and easily identified by their self-confidence and forthright manner. Many of them have achieved prominence in contemporary Eritrean society: they are teachers, they work in the ministries of health and education, and hold other positions of leadership. As first time visitors to Eritrea, we were struck by the extraordinary level of civic pride and self-sacrificing involvement evidenced by the Eritrean people. The long and difficult struggle for their own country appears to have created an environment where everyone, from shopkeeper to school teacher, takes pride in and responsibility for the rebuilding of the nation.

66. Disinformation | Feed Or Fight: Eritrea-ethopia At War
River. Italy declared eritrea their colony, and brought it under asingle, central rule for the first time in eritrea's history.
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feed or fight: eritrea-ethopia at war
by Preston Peet ( - December 28, 2000
Since May 1998 a horrific war in the Horn of Africa has been waged between Ethiopia and Eritrea. One gruesome war picture showed thousands of dead Ethiopian bodies, mowed down as their insane leaders ordered them to attack Eritrean positions in human waves. Where are these two poor, famine-ravaged countries getting their arms to fight this bloody conflict? Just who is it profiting off one of the largest land wars since World War II? According to one researcher, Ethiopia is being goaded into the war by the US, to destabilize Eritrea, one of the only small, independent, nearly-self sufficient countries in the African continent today. Thomas Mountain, founding co-chair of the Hawaii Black History Committee in 1985, and founding vice-president of the Hawaii Alliance for Peace and Justice in the Middle East in 1982 (and a founder of the Hawaii Green Cross, a medical-marijuana activist organization) has reported that the US is financially backing the conflict. In an article entitled US Behind Invasion of Eritrea

67. Region XXIV Southern Africa
Rwanda, Tanzania , Kenya, Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, eritrea , Uganda , Leonhard scholarlydescription of Africa's economic history, with periodization Links
Region XXIV :
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First Millennium

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Zagwe Dynasty
Sultanate of Shoa 13th to 15th Century Abyssinia Neo-Solomonic Dyn. Sultanate of Adal Early Colonial Africa, 1490-1659 Mauritius Dutch Madagascar Abyssinia Africa during Mercantilism, 1660-1789 Mauritius French Reunion Comoros before 1840 ... Abyssinia 19th Century Mauritius British Reunion Madagascar Seychelles ... Abyssinia High Imperialism, 1880-1918 Mauritius Madagascar Comoros Zanzibar ... Abyssinia From World War II to Independence Mauritius Reunion Madagascar Comoros ... Ethiopia African History since Independence Mauritius since 1968 Reunion since 1973 ... Ethiopia
EXTERNAL FILES Library of Congress, Country Studies : Comoros Ethiopia Madagascar Mauritius ... Uganda Articles from Infoplease : Mauritius Reunion Madagascar Comoros ... Uganda Leonhard Harding : Das Ausgreifen der Weltwirtschaft, from Univ. Wien, Wirtschaftsgeschichte , in German, concise, scholarly description of Africa's economic history, with periodization Links to African History, from

68. - Image Gallery - Banknotes Of Eritrea
Country Info Views of eritrea history of eritrea.
Banknotes of Eritrea Africa Index World Index Banknotes for Sale Consignment List ... Numismatic Books Cat # Description Image P-1 1 Nakfa 24.5.1997 (girls, children in bush school) P-2 5 Nakfa 24.5.1997 (three generations, Jacaranda tree) P-3 10 Nakfa 24.5.1997 (young women, viaduct, truck) P-4 20 Nakfa 24.5.1997 (young girls, farming scenes) Obverse Reverse P-5 50 Nakfa 24.5.1997 (young women, Masawa port) Obverse Reverse P-6 100 Nakfa 24.5.1997 (girls, ploughing scene, oxen) Obverse Reverse Country Info

69. TDS; Passports, Visas, Travel Documents
eritrea. history. eritrea officially celebrated its independence onMay 24, 1993, becoming the world's newest nation. Prior to Italian
Eritrea officially celebrated its independence on May 24, 1993, becoming the world's newest nation. Prior to Italian colonization in 1885, what is now Eritrea had been ruled by the various local or international powers that successively dominated the Red Sea region. In 1896, the Italians used Eritrea as a springboard for their disastrous attempt to conquer Ethiopia. Eritrea was placed under British military administration after the Italian surrender in World War II. In 1952, a UN resolution federating Eritrea with Ethiopia went into effect. The resolution ignored Eritrean pleas for independence but guaranteed Eritreans some democratic rights and a measure of autonomy. Almost immediately after the federation went into effect, however, these rights began to be abridged or violated. In 1962, Emperor Haile Sellassie unilaterally dissolved the Eritrean parliament and annexed the country, sparking the Eritrean fight for independence that continued after Haile Sellassie was ousted in a coup in 1974. The new Ethiopian Government, called the Derg, was a Marxist military junta led by strongman Mengistu Haile Miriam. During the 1960s, the Eritrean independence struggle was led by the Eritrean Liberation Front (ELF). In 1970, members of the group had a falling out, and a group broke away from the ELF and formed the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF). By the late 1970s, the EPLF had become the dominant armed Eritrean group fighting against the Ethiopian Government, and Isaias Afwerki had emerged as its leader. Much of the materiel used to combat Ethiopia was captured from the Ethiopian Army.

70. World History Archives: The Horn Of Africa
Jehovah's Witnesses have lost citizenship rights eritrea Ministry of the Interior Worldhistory Archives Gateway to World history Images from World history
History of the Horn of Africa
Hartford Web Publishing (Haines Brown) is not the author of the documents in World History Archives and does not presume to validate their accuracy or authenticity. Africa in general
The Horn in general
The Prester John Legend
Dialog on the Medieval History, MEDIEV-L, list, March, 1996.
Dialog on Imam Ahmad ibn Ibrahim (Gran) and Queen Gudit
On the NUAfrica forum, January-February, 1996. The Muslim commercial empire of Adal reached its apogee under King Ahmad ibn Ibrahim Gran (1507-1542), but was defeated and Gran killed when Portugese musketeers joined Ethiopia.
Oromo people struggle for independence
By Jaraa Aba Sabaa, in Green Left Weekly, 6 May, 1996.
Review of Haile Sellassie I, My Life and Ethiopia's Progress, vol. II
By Charles W. McClellan. 11 September, 1995.
A Breakfast Meeting with Prime Minister Meles
By Harold G. Marcus. 20 October, 1995.
"Red Terror" detainees finally charged
Amnesty International Index, 23 January, 1997. Detained are some 1800 people involved in the Dergue military government's 1977/78 "Red Terror" campaign.
Union leader murdered in Ethiopia
From ICFTU Online, 13 May, 1997. A leader of the Ethiopian Teachers' Association (ETA) murdered by police.

71. Igrep /^Internet(.*)Search$/ -- Eritrea
eritrea history Describes the early settlers and their various ethnic influences,Italian colonization, UN resolutions, and the 30-year struggle for liberty.

72. BooksMags Eritrea Africa History Books Online Shopping Store
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73. Eritrea: Ethiopia At War With Itself
Ethiopia at that time had 100 years of history as a new (modern times) empire (unitedstate). Should eritrea alone have its unique federation or confederation
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Haile Sellassie Family Web H.I.M. Web-Biography from Sellassie WWW pages HISTORY History pages from Sellassie Family Web FAMILY Origins, Members, Generations, Tree, photos Ethiop Village Books, Music, Art, Gifts

74. Teaching Science And Technology To Children Of Developing Nations
PROJECT history TIMELINE. 2001 Dr. Joyce Blueford, Teclu Tesfazghi of the Math/ScienceNucleus and Yosieph Tekie of Microsoft Corp visited eritrea with.
Teaching Science and Technology to Children of Developing Nations Introduction Why Eritrea? Project Project History Curriculum Examples Press PROJECT HISTORY TIMELINE
    Dr. Joyce Blueford Teclu Tesfazghi of the Math/Science Nucleus and Yosieph Tekie of Microsoft Corp visited Eritrea with. 4 staff from the University of Washington who were investigating liaisons with the University of Asmara.
  • Met with the Minister of Education to discuss plans. Selected a pilot training facility in Asmara (Teacher Training Institute).. Visited with over 50 staff members from Ministry of Education to discuss their needs. Met with about 100 high school teachers to get their impressions of science, math, and technology in Eritrea. Met with about 50 students to see how they responded to pen computers and graphical presentations. Left science equipment and software of current I. Science MaTe Curriculum
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75. Cameroon
eritrea has a very colorful history. It has had hard and good times. Usuallythey where hard times that the eritreans had to go through.
Eritrea Click here to return to the Eritrea page... Eritrea has a very colorful history. It has had hard and good times. Usually they where hard times that the Eritreans had to go through. It was named after the Roman term for the Red Sea, Mare erythraeum. The earliest food producing inhabitants of Eritrea are thought to have moved from the Nile Valley. Eritrea was involved with trade routes on the Red Sea. It became one of the earliest countries with crops and live stocks. They have been good with agriculture for thousands of years. Eritrea formed part of the ancient Ethiopian kingdom of Aksum until the seventh century. Ethiopian's emperors ruled over Eritrea until the middle of the sixteenth century. In the middle of the nineteenth century Ethiopia had trouble controlling Eritrea. Egypt and Italy were trying to take over the country. By the eighteen eighty Italy had parts of land around Aseb and Masaawa. By the eighteen nintys it had extended its territory enough to proclaim the colony of Eritrea. In nineteen thirty - five to ninety thirty - six, the colony was later the main base for Italy's conquest, of Ethiopia. Ethiopia has been a really big problem for Eritrea in the past. They refuse to let Eritrea become its own nation. They deserve the chance to be their own nation and to have their own people and government.

76. Lonely Planet's Guide To Eritrea
From Lonely Planet. Lonely Planet guide to eritrea and the world. OrderNow. eritrea. history. Along with Djibouti, Somalia, Yemen and
Lonely Planet Lonely Planet guide to Eritrea and the world Order Now
Eritrea History Along with Djibouti, Somalia, Yemen and Kenya, Eritrea has laid claim to being the site of the fabled 'Land of Punt', a rich, commodity-laden Horn of Africa region which the Egyptian Pharaohs were known to rave about in the vicinity of 2900 BC. Also known as the 'Land of the Gods', it was an area that traded heavily in such sought-after items as gold, frankincense and - unfortunately for the local flora, fauna and people - ebony, ivory and slaves. The very first human settlement in what is now Eritrea, however, is thought to have plunked itself in the Barka Valley in 8000 BC. Its residents are believed to have been related to central African pygmies and, after several thousand years of hefty cultural intermingling, had established strong trade relations with neighbouring ethnic groups. The powerful kingdom of Aksum, sited in what is now the north of Ethiopia, began to make its presence felt in the first century AD, relying heavily on the ancient port of Adulis in Eritrea to handle its sea-going goods. Not content with merely being the facilitators of Aksum's foreign trade, the Eritreans marketed their own stuff overseas, including loads of the black volcanic rock obsidian (prized in the making of jewellery) and tortoiseshells fresh from the Red Sea. The unconventional arrival of Christianity in the land, via shipwrecked Christian Syrian merchants, saw it quickly becoming the religion of choice; it subsequently exerted a profound influence on the development of Eritrean culture.

77. Eritrea Resources
Rock Art of eritrea Investigators at the Centro Studi Archeologia Africana have soughtrock art throughout the country; a brief report of the Cultural history.
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78. English Books > History/War > Africa - Ethiopia
Moodie, John; Paperback ISBN 0948390441 Historical Dictionary Of eritrea Killion,Tom; Hardback; Book ISBN 0810834375 history Of Ethiopia Jones, AHM; Monroe

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