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Adwa and Ethiopianism

Adwa and Ethiopianism

“The victory at Adwa in 1896 became an element in what many whites toward the end of the nineteenth century were coming to call “Ethiopianism,” by which they meant the Africans’ political and religious reaction to European conquest, anticipating pan-Africanism. Many white men at this time, particularly in southern Africa, were fearful that a “Black Peril” would sweep them out of the continent.”George Sherpperso
“Under Colonial Rule”(Source: Africa: A History)



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  1. Samrawi

    The proud Image of Ethiopian Historian in particular & the World in General

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