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  1. 1885 in Eritrea : 'the year in which the dervishes were cut down' (The Robert L. Hess Collection on Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa) by Hạgai Erlikh, 1975
  2. Dangerous liaisons: Colonial concubinage in Eritrea, 1890-1941 (PAS working papers) by Giulia Barrera, 1996
  3. Eritrea during the era of the maritime kings by Francisco Alvares, 1999
  4. Eritrea: A Colony in Transition: 1941-52 by Gerald Kennedy Nicholas Trevaskis, 1975-05-21
  5. Eritrea by Ruth Lewis, 1993-04-20
  6. Traditions of Eritrea: Linking the Past to the Future
  7. Objective account on the Ethiopian attitude towards Eritrea in the light of historical geographical and political realities (Eritrean studies) by ʻUthmān Sālih Sabī, 1982
  8. Eritrea: The Unfinished Revolution by Richard Sherman, 1980-02
  9. Eritrea: A Pawn in World Politics by Okbazghi Yohannes, 1991-02
  10. 21st Century Complete Guide to Eritrea - Encyclopedic Coverage, Country Profile, History, DOD, State Dept., White House, CIA Factbook (Two CD-ROM Set) by U.S. Government, 2007-01-20
  11. Eccentric Graces: Eritrea and Ethiopia Through the Eyes of a Traveler by Julia Stewart, 1998-12
  12. Unfinished Business: Ethiopia And Eritrea At War
  13. Wake Up, Hanna!: Reintegration And Reconstruction Challenges For Post-war Eritrea by Amanuel Mehreteab, 2004-01-31
  14. Getting home is only half the challenge: Refugee reintegration in war-ravaged Eritrea (Issue brief / U.S. Committee for Refugees) by Dan Connell, 2001

41. The History Of Eritrea
certainty” (Pateman 30). eritrea is no exception; its history is oneof waves of migrations and invasions. “Migrants” are people

42. WHKMLA : History Of Eritrea, ToC
Languages of eritrea (13), from Ethnologue Wars of eritrea, 18001999, from ACEDArticle eritrea, from EB 1911 Global Currency history eritrea; Tables of
Ethiopia Djibouti First posted on July 2nd 2002, last revised on November 2nd 2003
Eritrea before 1882

Eritrea 1882-1918

Eritrea 1918-1939

Eritrea 1939-1952
Eritrea independent

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FILES CIA World Factbook : Eritrea ; BBC Country Profile : Eritrea ; World Reference Desk : Eritrea
Eritrea Page, from African Studies at UPenn; from Africa South of the Sahara at Stanford
Links on Eritrea , from Worldwide Gazeteer Timeline, from BBC News ; from Chronology of Catholic Dioceses : Eritrea, from Kirken i Norge Political Resources on the Net : Eritrea For the Record : Eritrea , from UN Human Rights System Languages of Eritrea (13), from Ethnologue Wars of Eritrea, 1800-1999, from ACED Article Eritrea, from EB 1911 Global Currency History : Eritrea ; Tables of Modern Monetary History : Africa, from , scroll down for Eritrea Worldwide Refugee Information : Eritrea, from U.S. Committee for Refugees DOCUMENTS Flag, from FOTW World Statesmen : Eritrea , by Ben Cahoon; Rulers :

43. License Plate History Of Ethiopia
Throughout most of their history eritrea and Ethiopia used one line plates onthe front of vehicles and one or more commonly two line plates on the rear.
License Plate History of Ethiopia and Eritrea These two nations will be covered together because of their shared license plate history. Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world. Before there was Greece or Rome there was Ethiopia. Its history extends back to the time of the Egyptian pharoahs. The population of Ethiopia is currently around 59,000,000 with about 60,000 vehicles. The population of Eritrea is around 3,600,000. There are about 5000 vehicles in Eritrea. The history of license plates in Ethiopia and Eritrea can be divided into five periods. The first period was the old Kingdom of Ethiopia up to 1936. The second period was the period of Italian occupation. In Ethiopia this was 1936-41, in Eritrea this was 1896-1941. The third period is the Kingdom of Ethiopia from 1941-74. During the first part of this period 1941-52, Eritrea was administered by the British. In 1952 Eritrea was unified with Ethiopia in a federation somewhat against the wishes of Eritreans, thus beginning a long war for independence. The fourth period is the Republic of Ethiopia 1974 to the present. In Eritrea this period is from 1974-93. The last period covers plate issues of the independent Rephblic of Eritrea 1993 to the present. Throughout most of their history Eritrea and Ethiopia used one line plates on the front of vehicles and one or more commonly two line plates on the rear. Throughout this history, motorcycles use the same plate series as other vehicles. They are, however smaller and two line motorcycle plates are common. Other vehicles use both two line and one line plates.

44. A Short History Of Eritrea
facts, maps, flags and pictures from countries around the world. A Shorthistory of eritrea. Search Google for another short history of eritrea.

45. A Short History Of The Eritrea Autonomous Region In Ethiopia
A Short history of The eritrea Autonomous Region in Ethiopia. Search Googlefor another short history of The eritrea Autonomous Region in Ethiopia.

46. Eritrea In Picture
Short history of eritrea. eritrea is one of the newest and most promising nationsin Africa and containts remnants of some of its oldest civilizations.
Colonial Pictures
Short History of Eritrea

Eritrea is one of the newest and most promising nations in Africa and containts remnants of some of its oldest civilizations. One of the earliest known references to Eritrea is from Aeschylus (Fragment 67) in which he refers to the "Mare Erythreum" (Red Sea) as "the lake that is the jewel of Ethiopia." Eritrea recently fought and won one of the longest wars in the world. After thirty years of bitter strugle, Eritrea achieve total independence and the right to self-determination. The Eritrean people acheived their goals in 1991 in a stunning defeat of the occupying Ethiopian forces which also helped liberate Ethiopia from the Soviet-backed Dergue (Menguistu Hailemariam) regime.
Early History
Between 1000 and 400 BC, a semitic group of people known as the Sabeans crossed the Red Sea into the region known as present Eritrea, and intermingled with the Hamitic inhabitants who had migrated from the northern Sudan. The region was then controlled by various foreign invaders such as the Axumite kingdom, the Funji Sultans of Sudan, the Egyptians, the Portugese and the Turks. Each of these foreign occupiers had a distinct impact on the development of present day Eritrea as a nation and in the formation of an Eritrean identity.
Colonisation; ITALY

47. Asmara And Eritrea
history of eritrean currency history of the Nakfa. history of eritrea,history of eritrea. Ethiopian imperialism, Ethiopian imperialism.
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Asmara and Eritrea
A virtual trip to Asmara and Eritrea for those who were born in Eritrea and now live in the Diaspora, for the visitors of Eritrea, for those who stay behind, and those who are just interested.
To prove that a LogicaCMG accountant can do more than just play with figures and get drunk in the Baja Beach Club, and there is more in life than dollars, euros and GB pounds.
We wish you a nice trip, and maybe once we will meet on Harnet Avenue Asmara.
Asmara Asmara (Asmera) , Eritrea's capital is situated on the eastern edge of Eritrea's highland plateau. Asmara enjoys a great climate, clean and picturesque streets, attractive palm trees, and a reputation as one of the safest, calm and alluring capital cities in Africa. The name is derived from Arbaete Asmara which literally means, in the Tigrinya language, "the four (villages) are united".
Massawa The main port serving Eritrea, Massawa (Massaua) became an urban center in ancient times. It is the largest natural deep water port on the Red Sea. Massawa is divided into three parts: Batse, Tualud, and the mainland. The island Batse comprises the ancient historical center with interesting houses, hotels, squares and religious buildings. and is a marvelous place to wander about.
Nacfa Nacfa (Nakfa) the major town in the Sahel region of Eritrea, holds a special significance for the Eritrean people, being the home of the EPLF during their struggle for independence from Ethiopia. It is therefore the heart of collective Eritrean self-determination. The Eritrean currency, Nakfa, is named after this town.

48. Asmara - History Of Asmara
history of Asmara. Although it would in 1897. It is by far the largestcity in eritrea, with a population of some 400,000. Asmara
Asmera . nl Introduction Churches and mosques Public Buildings Monuments and art ... May 24th 2000
History of Asmara Asmara was made the capital city in preference to Massawa by Governor Martini in 1897. It is by far the largest city in Eritrea, with a population of some 400,000. Asmara sits atop (2,350m) the Eritrean highlands on the eastern edge of the escarpment. Unlike many of the other towns in Eritrea it is relatively undamaged, the Ethiopian forces having fled the city without fighting a full-scale battle at the end of the war. Under thirty years of Ethiopian occupation, the city was allowed to deteriorate, but it still retains its essential beauty and since coming under Eritrean control in 1991 it has been undergoing a rapid improvement in infrastructure, building repairs and repainting. Asmara is possibly the safest African capital for travelers. It is one of the cleanest cities in Africa. The streets are elegantly lined with palms and a string of boutiques, coffee-shops and restaurants reminiscent of southern Italy. In 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 I visited Asmara and I walked through the city almost every day. I experienced its beauty, both its tranquility and its activity, its hospitality and its friendliness. I have tried to catch the images of these walking tours in a set of 200 pictures and a brief description.

49. The Hitory Of Eritrea

50. Maps And References For Eritrea
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Atlapedia Online - Atlapedia Online (by Latimer Clarke Corporation) Columbia Encyclopedia - Columbia Encyclopedia - (by Columbia University Press) About Eritrea About Eritrea - Economy, Defense, Geography, History, People... Eritrea Ethnologue - Eritrea Ethnologue - The languages in Eritrea - The Eritrea Flag - The Eritrea Flag - red isosceles triangle (based on the hoist side) dividing the flag into two right triangles; the upper triangle is green, the lower one is blue; a gold wreath encircling a gold olive branch is centered on the hoist side of the red triangle. Travel Information: World Travel Guide - World Travel Guide (by Columbus Publishing Ltd.)

51. LookSmart - Directory - Eritrea
eritrea history Describes the early settlers and their various ethnic influences,Italian colonization, UN resolutions, and the 30-year struggle for liberty.
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    Elaborates details on history, government, population, natural resources, people, land, language, geography, and Eritrean capital. Profiles Asmara, Aseb, and Massawa.

    Features a map of Eritrea, top news stories, embassy information and a guide to the country's currency. Includes a chat room.
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    Learn about this former Italian colony that was occupied by the British in 1941. Includes audio from President Isaias Afewerki.
    CIA World Factbook - Eritrea

    Check geographical, political, and economical facts for Eritrea, as published by the CIA. Includes a map and the national flag. - Eritrea Uncover the facts about the geography, people, government, economy, and transportation of this African country. Includes its national flag and country map. Eritrea - History Describes the early settlers and their various ethnic influences, Italian colonization, UN resolutions, and the 30-year struggle for liberty.
  • 52. The Contemporary Political History Of Eritrea
    The contemporary political history of eritrea. Hartford 2001. A briefchronology of key events, briefly described, in eritrea s history.
    The contemporary political history of Eritrea
    Hartford Web Publishing is not the author of the documents in World History Archives The history in general of Etritrea
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    By Daniel Mebrahtu, Etritrean Profile, Etritrean Profile, 21 January 1995. International cooperation is perceived as and upgraded to evolve into true partnership. Our independence of decision should not be encroached by conditionalities of aid. Biennial International Development Conference (IDC) convened in Washington, DC, from January 16-18.
    Eritrea: International Aid Detailed
    From Indian Ocean Newsletter, Eritrea Ministry of the Interior, 4 March 1995. Witnesses recognize Eritrean law only to extent compatible with their personal religious views. Implicitly, instead of the jihad being the highest duty to God and country, self interest comes first.
    Eritrea-Ethiopia Joint Communique
    From Kurdistan Report, 1996. The struggle of the Eritrean people against the annexation of Eritrea by Ethiopia more than 30 years ago developed into a liberation movement which defeated the strongest army in Africa, an army which was first supplied by U.S. imperialism and later by the Soviet Union. In May 1991, the Mengistu regime in Ethiopia gave up after 30 years of war. That opened the way for Eritrea to develop into an independent, democratic state.
    Out of the Wreckage of War, Eritrea Finds Reason to Hope

    53. The History Of Eritrea
    The history of eritrea. Hartford Web Publishing is not the authorof the documents in World history Archives and does not presume
    The history of Eritrea
    Hartford Web Publishing is not the author of the documents in World History Archives The history in general of the Horn of Africa The contemporary political history of Eritrea
    The social history of Eritrea
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    54. History Of Eritrea :: Online Encyclopedia :: Information Genius
    history of eritrea. Online Encyclopedia eritrea officially celebratedits independence on May 24, 1993. Prior to Italian colonization
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    officially celebrated its independence on May 24 . Prior to Italian colonization in , what is now Eritrea had been ruled by the various local or international powers that successively dominated the Red Sea region. In , 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 , 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 , 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 . The new Ethiopian Government, called the Derg, was a

    55. 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.

    56. MSN Encarta - Eritrea
    Author of East Africa An Introductory history and other books. Further Reading.How to cite this article eritrea, Microsoft® Encarta® Online Encyclopedia
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    59. FOC Country Profile - Eritrea
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    60. Ethiopia - HISTORY
    The earliest evidence of Ethiopian history was in around 1000BC when the as an independentnation continued although the province of eritrea remained under
    Ethiopia - HISTORY
    * Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Sub Saharan Africa. The earliest evidence of Ethiopian history was in around 1000BC when the Queen of Sheba visited King Solomon.
    * The first recorded kingdom in Ethiopia grew around Axum during the 3rd century BC. Axum was an offshoot of the Semitic Sabeam kingdoms of southern Arabia, it became the greatest ivory market in the north east.
    * Ethiopia influenced the state of Meroe in Sudan. Over the next few centuries, Axum encroached more and more on Meroe until, when Christianity became the state religion in the 4th century AD, Ethiopia conquered the kingdom.
    * Christianity was adopted in the country by a Syrian youth named Frumentius who grew up in Axum and converted the King; the youth was later made the first Bishop in 330 AD.
    * Axum conquered parts of Yemen and southern Arabia and remained a great power until the death of the Prophet Mohammed.
    * Islam was expanding which had the effect of cutting off Ethiopia from its former Mediterranean trading partners and allies, Muslims replaced the Egyptians in the Red Sea ports. Ethiopians were allowed to consecrate their Bishops in Cairo and pilgrims were allowed to travel to Jerusalem.
    * Unfortunately, the Ethiopians did not have such a good relationship with the pagan tribes in the south and pressure from these tribes forced the Ethiopian emperors to adopt the life of nomadic military commanders living in makeshift cities. The priests were forced to become monks and hermits. After some time these tribes were pacified and Ethiopia recovered enough to take the provinces of Amhara, Lasta, Gojam and Damot. At a similar time the capital was moved to the south to the Amhara province.

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