- By Haile Selassie I Edward Ullendorff

The Autobiography Of Emperor Haile Sellassie 1 King Of Kings Of Ehiopia Vol. 1

  • Title: The Autobiography Of Emperor Haile Sellassie 1 King Of Kings Of Ehiopia Vol. 1
  • Author: Haile Selassie I Edward Ullendorff
  • ISBN: 9780948390395
  • Page: 402
  • Format: None
  • The Autobiography Of Emperor Haile Sellassie King Of Kings Of Ehiopia Vol The first Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie is detailed with information on the little giant of a man who many peoples from all of life consider to be the returned Christ the Messiah or Defen

    The first Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie is detailed with information on the little giant of a man who many peoples from all of life consider to be the returned Christ, the Messiah, or Defender of the Faith Indeed, a remarkable and outstanding world leader Got to read it First time ever in paperback.

    1 thought on “The Autobiography Of Emperor Haile Sellassie 1 King Of Kings Of Ehiopia Vol. 1

    1. A good portion of this book, especially towards the end during the war with Italy, is absolutely enthralling. For that alone, I nearly gave it five stars. Unfortunately, there's a lot of perhaps unnecessary detail in the earlier parts of the book. Included in this would be some documents and speeches which, though important as pieces of history, likely didn't need to be reproduced in full. They tend to sort of take away from the enjoyment of the book. Nonetheless, I believe everyone should read [...]

    2. An autobiography with a very niche audience. I figure that there's two kinds of people who would be interested: rastafaris and folks interested in Ethiopian history. You really get the impression of how great of a man and monarch Haile Sellassie was. Some chapters are dry and they deal with genealogies or administrative functions but there are a few chapters that are amazing. My favorite section is His Majesty's tour of Europe right before he became Emperor.

    3. I appreciated the perspective of Emperor Sellassie, namely about events leading up to Ethiopia's war with Italy. Must read.

    4. I can't think anything right now, as you have not given me the book to read which claim to have but cannot produce/

    5. This has to be one of my most favourite books. It has such a profound message within the stories. Just love it!!

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