Haile Selassie I was an Ethiopian regent from to and emperor from to He is a defining figure in contemporary. My Life and Ethiopia’s Progress is the autobiography of Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I, written over the course of his life, and published in two volumes in. Born: July 23, Near Harar, Ethiopia Died: August 27, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Ethiopian emperor. Haile Selassie was an emperor of Ethiopia whose.
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