The History Of The USA In Eritrea by Amanuel Biedemariam

The History Of The USA In Eritrea is a significant untold history of the US involvement in Africa that set the precedent of the US presence in Africa in the aftermath of World War II. It is significant because it was where the US first established a major presence in Africa after the end of the war leading to the beginning of the Cold War competition between the United States and the former Soviet Union.

The End of U.S. Army Tenure

By 1970, Kagnew Station had come of age as one of the most unique military organizations in the world. It's rarefied qualities have surfaced in the prolix ARCOM narratives generously meted out over the years, in justifications for special funding, and at the annual Asmara Reunion where devotees set apart one night for collective reflection on their common bone -- Kagnew Station. perhaps it is this very uniqueness that has contributed to a complete absence of mugwumpery in the Kagnew Station rank and file. One either like it profusely or hated it.

Kagnew Station’s Final Days

That was the beginning of the most dangerous times. I married a local Italian 1975. US Navy SpeComm 1971-'74, US Navy Shore Patrol after the MPs left, Civilian with CISCO - PAE - CISCO '74-'77 the closeout in 4 days.

Conversation between Assistant Secretary of State George C. McGhee and the Ethiopian Foreign Minister, Ato Aklilou, regarding the Eritrean Question.

Conversation between Assistant Secretary of State George C. McGhee and the Ethiopian Foreign Minister, Ato Aklilou, regarding the Eritrean Question. Conversation held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, September 15, 1950.

United States interest in the Federation of Ethiopia and Eritrea; United States military aid for Ethiopia; the visit of Emperor Haile Selassie to the United States

United States interest in the Federation of Ethiopia and Eritrea; United States military aid for Ethiopia; the visit of Emperor Haile Selassie to the United States