The Second Great War No. 42

AFTER FIVE YEARS OF EXILE HAILE SELASSIE RULES AGAIN Once he was installed at Addis Ababa, a great many Abyssinian leaders rallied to their Emperor, and below is the scene when Ras Ababa Aragai swore allegiance some of the soldiers kissed the ground in their enthusiastic devotion. Top, some of the many thousands of Italian prisoners march through Gondar, after its surrender on Nov. 27,1941. Photos, British Official: Crown Copyright
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