Marqos

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East African Campaign (World War II) - Allied Counter-offensive - Ethiopian Offensive - First Victory
... fearing his line of communication to Debre Marqos was threatened, Colonel Natale, not knowing that the attacking force counted only 450 men, pulled out of ... abandoned Dembacha on 8 March and pulled all the garrisons back to Debre Marqos ... army of Ethiopian patriots were advancing on the Italian fortifications at Debre Marqos, the capital of Gojjam ...
List Of Abunas Of Ethiopia - Metropolitan Archbishops of Axum and Of All Ethiopia
... vacant (1458–1481) Yeshaq of Ethiopia (1481-c.1520) Marqos (VI ?) (1481-c.1530) João Bermudes (c.1536-c.1545), self-proclaimed Ethiopian Orthodox Abuna, and ... deposed by Fasilides vacant (1632–1633) Rezek of Ethiopia (c.1634) Marqos (VIII ?) (c.1635-1672), deposed with Krestodolos Krestodolos II (c.1640-1672 ...
Debre Marqos Airport
... Debre Marqos Airport is an airport in Debre Marqos, Ethiopia (IATA DBM, ICAO HADM) ... This airport has a latitude and longitude of 10°19′N 37°44′E / 10.317°N 37.733°E / 10.317 37.733Coordinates 10°19′N 37°44′E / 10.317°N 37.733°E / 10.317 37.733 with an altitude of 2480 meters above sea level ...
Debre Marqos - History
... The Italians arrived in Debre Marqos 20 May 1936 ... Debre Marqos was later isolated, and practically besieged by a revolt in 1938. 1957, Negus Tekle Haimanot School in Debre Marqos was one of 9 provincial secondary schools in Ethiopia ...