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Seyoum Mengesha "Leul Ras" Seyoum, his wife Princess Atsede Asfaw and youngest child, son Dejasmatch Mengesha Seyoum were accompanied by close family members during their two-year captivity as Prisoners of War. Their Italian captors accorded the family decent treatment and it was during this time that Leul Ras Seyoum and the Duke of Aosta developed a friendship that would later aid the return of Leul Ras Seyoum and his family to Ethiopia upon the appointment of the Duke as Viceroy to Ethiopia. Furthermore, his friendship with the Viceroy enabled "Leul Ras" Seyoum to play an influential role in securing the release of 3,000 Ethiopian POWs being held in Italian Somaliland.
Taddele Mengesha In January 2014, coach Sewnet Bishaw, invited him to be a part of the Ethiopia squad for the 2014 African Nations Championship. The team was eliminated in the group stages after losing to Congo, Libya and Ghana.
Mengesha Seyoum In October 1974, after the monarchy was toppled, representatives of the Derg ordered Seyum Mangasha to the capital to face charges of corruption, but instead he fled to the hills. There Mengesha Seyoum helped to found a group that eventually became the Ethiopian Democratic Union (EDU). His wife, Princess Aida Desta, and his daughter were arrested by the Derg in 1974. Although his daughter would eventually escape abroad, his wife remained in prison for 14 years. The EDU was a conservative and pro-monarchy and is the oldest of the Ethiopian political parties. The EDU later merged with the Ethiopian Democratic Party and formed the Ethiopian Democratic Unity Party (EDUP), which later was one of the parties that joined to form the United Ethiopian Democratic Forces, one of the two largest opposition parties in Ethiopia. In 2000, the EDU reorganized in Addis Ababa as a legal opposition party after the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front led the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front to power. Leul Ras Mengesha has retreated from all involvement in the political affairs of this party and its successor organizations.
Seyoum Mengesha "Ras" Seyoum fathered several children from various wives. With his first wife, "Woizero" Tewabech he had "Leult" Wolete Israel Seyum who herself married the Crown Prince, Asfaw Wossen. By a previous marriage he had "Woizero-Hoy" Kebbedech Seyum. By a subsequent marriage he had "Leul" Mangasha Seyum. In the period 1928-1929 following a long and romantic coutrship with Princess Atsede Asfaw Darge from the Royal house of Shoa, the couple married and remained devoted until Leul Ras Seyoum's death during the coup of 1960.
Seyoum Mengesha In 1943, the "Woyane Rebellion" broke out in southern and eastern Tigre Province and "Ras" Seyoum was suspected of supporting the rebels. As a consequence, he was recalled to Addis Ababa and replaced by "Fitawrari" Kifle Dadi and "Dejazmach" Fikre Selassie Ketema as well as General Tedla Mekeonen and General Isayas Gebre Selassie as the Commander of the Army in Tigray.
Mengesha Seyoum "Le'ul Ras" Mengesha Seyoum (Ge'ez: መንገሻ ሰዩም) GCVO (born 7 December 1927) is a member of the imperial family of the Ethiopian Empire. In 1974, the monarchy was abolished by the Derg, a communist military junta.
Seyoum Mengesha Italian occupation of Ethiopia. He spent much of his time under "house arrest" in Addis Ababa. Tigray Province. Emperor Haile Selassie held "Ras" Seyum in very deep regard, and depended on him as a senior advisor. He was a member of the Crown Council from 1945 until his death.
Seyoum Mengesha In December 1960, the Imperial Guard ("Kebur Zabangna") launched a "coup d'état" and seized power in Ethiopia while the Emperor was on a visit to Brazil. The "coup" leaders compelled the Crown Prince to read a prepared radio statement. In the statement, he accepted the crown in his father's place and announced a government of reform. However, the regular Army and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church both refused to accept the new government. The leader of the church, Patriarch Abuna Basilios, issued an anathema against all those who cooperated with the "coup" leaders. The Emperor returned to Ethiopia and the Army stormed the palace where members of the government were being held prisoner by the Imperial Guards. The Guards fled, but not before killing many members of the government and the nobility that had been held prisoner in the Green Salon of the palace. Leul "Ras" Seyoum was among those who were machine gunned to death, he was 74 years old and was buried in Axum.
Taddele Mengesha Taddele Mengesha is an Ethiopian professional footballer, who plays as a Midfielder for Arba Minch FC.
Mengesha Seyoum On 1 February 1965, he was awarded the Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO) by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.