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American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. Poring over official papers. At the left of His Majesty, Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, is Colonel Bishop, while at the right, standing, is Colonel Clark. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

American military delegation calling on Haile Selassie. Poring over official papers. At the left of His Majesty, Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, is Colonel Bishop, while at the right, standing, is Colonel Clark. These pictures are the first to be taken for publication since His Majesty's return to become a fighting member of the United Nations

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