Haile Selassie I

[hahy-lee suh-las-ee, -lah-see] /ˈhaɪ li səˈlæs i, -ˈlɑ si/

(Ras Tafari) 1891–1975, emperor of Ethiopia 1930–74: in exile 1936–41.


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