A History of Ethiopia by Harold G. Marcus

By Harold G. Marcus

during this eminently readable, concise historical past of Ethiopia, Harold Marcus surveys the evolution of the oldest African kingdom from prehistory to the current. For the up-to-date variation, Marcus has written a brand new preface, new chapters, and an epilogue, detailing the advance and implications of Ethiopia as a Federal nation and the battle with Eritrea.

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