Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Ethiopian university lecturer Mezemir Girma writes of the significance of the Engidwasha cave during the Italian occupation:

"When the Italians came to look for the patriots, the locals informed the Italians that the patriots, whom they were hunting, were in the cave. The Italian forces surrounded the cave by the thousands, trapping the people in the cave.

"And after 14 days of hunger, thirst and confrontation, the men were butchered and the women and children, including Haile Giworgis, were taken to a prison in Menz and eventually Debre Birhan."

Learn more about the fascinating Engidwasha cave here:

https://face2faceafrica.com/article/engidwasha-cave

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Here, Ethiopian lecturer Mezemir Girma introduces us to the history and natural wonder of Engidwasha Cave.
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