UK returns 150-year old hair back to Ethiopia

The National Army Museum in the UK, has consented to give back back to Ethiopia a lock of hair having a that belonged to Emperor Tewodros II, after over 150 years.

Ruler Tewodros ended it all instead of surrender to British powers at the skirmish of Maqdala in 1868.

The British scoured the ruler’s fortification, sending many donkeys and camels to take away prize.

Ethiopia has been battling to have the antiquities returned.

They additionally need the remaining parts of Emperor Tewodros’ child, Alemayehu, came back from Windsor stronghold to Ethiopia.

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