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He died a natural death and was succeeded by his brother Mansur ad-Din who invaded the capital and royal seat of the Solomonic Empire and drove Emperor Dawit II to Yedaya where according to al-MaqriziSultan Mansur destroyed a Solomonic army and killed the Emperor.
He then advanced to the mountains of Mokha where he encountered a 30 strong Solomonic army. The Adalite soldiers surrounded their enemies and for two months besieged the trapped Solomonic soldiers until a truce was declared in Mansur's favour. Later on in the campaign, the Adalites were struck by a catastrophe when Sultan Mansur and his brother Muhammad were captured in battle by the Solomonids.
Mansur was immediately succeeded by the youngest brother of the family Jamal ad-Din II. Sultan Jamal reorganized the army into a formidable force and defeated the Solomonic armies at BaleYedeya and Jazja.
Emperor Yeshaq responded by gathering a large army and invaded the cities of Yedeya and Jazja but was repulsed by the soldiers of Jamal. Following this success, Jamal organized another successful attack against the Solomonic forces and inflicted heavy casualties in what was reportedly the largest Adalite army ever fielded. As a result, Yeshaq was forced to withdraw towards the Blue Nile over the next five months, while Jamal ad Din's forces pursued them and looted much gold on the way, although no engagement ensued.
After returning home, Jamal sent his brother Ahmad with the Christian battle - expert Harb Jaush to successfully attack the province of Dawaro. Despite his losses, Emperor Yeshaq was still able to continue field armies against Jamal.
Sultan Jamal continued to advance further into the Abyssinian heartland. However Jamal upon hearing of Yeshaq's plan to send several large armies to attack three different areas of Adal, including the capital returned to Adal where he fought the Solomonic forces at Harjai and according to al-Maqrizi this is where the Emperor Yeshaq died in battle. The young Sultan Jamal ad-Din II at the end of his reign had outperformed his brothers and forefathers in the war arena and became the most successful ruler of Adal to date.
Within a few years, however, Jamal was assassinated by either disloyal friends or cousins around orand was succeeded by his brother Badlay ibn Sa'ad ad-Din. Sultan Badlay continued the campaigns of his younger brother and began several successful expeditions against the Christian empire.
He recovered the Kingdom of Bali and began preparations of a major Adalite offensive into the Ethiopian Highlands. He successfully collected funding from surrounding Muslim Kingdoms as far away as the Sultanate of Mogadishu.
He was succeeded by his son Muhammad ibn Badlay who sent envoys to the Sultan of Mamluk Egypt to gather support and arms in the continuing war against the Christian empire. The Adalite ruler Muhammad and the Solomonic ruler Baeda Maryam agreed to a truce and both states in the following decades saw an unprecedent period of peace and stability.
Conquest of Abyssinia[ edit ] This section needs additional citations for verification. August Learn how and when to remove this template message The Sultan of Adal right and his troops battling King Yagbea-Sion and his men. From Le livre des Merveilles, 15th century. During this time period warfare broke out again between the two states and Emperor Eskender invaded Dakkar where he was stopped by a large Adalite army who destroyed the Solomonic army to such an extent that no further expeditions were carried out for the remaining of Eskender's reign.
Adal however continued to raid the Christian empire unabated under the General Mahfuzthe leader of the Adalite war machine who annually invaded the Christian territories.
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Eskender was succeeded by Emperor Na'od who tried to defend the Christians from General Mahfuz but he too was also killed in battle by the Adalite army in Ifat.
Ahmed Gurey 's pioneering use of cannons supplied by the Ottomans figured prominently in his Conquest of Ethiopia. Adalite armies with Ottoman support and arms marched into Ethiopia and caused considerable damage on the Highland state.
Many historic Churchesmanuscripts and settlements were looted and burned during the campaigns.
Ahmed Gurey's widow married his nephew Nur ibn Mujahidin return for his promise to avenge Ahmed's death, who succeeded Ahmed Gurey, and continued hostilities against his northern adversaries until he killed the Ethiopian Emperor in his second invasion of Ethiopia.
Ajuran-Portuguese War[ edit ] The Ajuran Sultanate were the first African Empire to successfully engage in a naval warfare against a European superpower and defeat them in a naval combat. The wealthy southeastern city-states of KilwaMombasaMalindiPate and Lamu were all systematically sacked and plundered by the Portuguese.
After a long period of engagement, the Portuguese soldiers burned the city and looted it. However, fierce resistance by the local population and soldiers resulted in the failure of the Portuguese to permanently occupy the city and eventually the Portuguese would be decisively defeated by the powerful Somalis from Ajuran Empire, and the inhabitants who had fled to the interior would eventually return and rebuild the city.
After losing the war with the Ajuran Empire over the fail attempt to capture Barawa. But word had spread of what had happened in Barawa, and a large troop mobilization had taken place.
Many horsemen, soldiers and battleships in defense positions were now guarding the city. He decided to leave the Somalis in peace after he realized that they were extremely difficult to conquer and it was Portuguese best interest not to mess with them leaving Ajuran Empire independent.
He agreed and was joined by a large Somali fleetwhich began attacking Portuguese colonies in Southeast Africa. However, the Portuguese governor sent envoys to Portuguese India requesting a large Portuguese fleet. This request was answered and it reversed the previous offensive of the Muslims into one of defense. The Portuguese armada managed to re-take most of the lost cities and began punishing their leaders, but they refrained from attacking Mogadishu and other coastal provinces that belong to the Ajuran Empire.
The Ottoman Empire would also remain an economic partner of the Somalis. It was established by the Ajuran soldier Ibrahim Adeerwho had defeated various vassals of the collapsed Ajuran Empire and established the House of Gobroon.
The dynasty reached its apex under the successive reigns of Sultan Yusuf Mahamud Ibrahimwho successfully consolidated Gobroon power during the Bardera warsand Sultan Ahmed Yusufwho was considered to be the most powerful king in east Africa in his time. The military was supplied with rifles and cannons by Somali traders of the coastal regions that controlled the East African arms trade. At the end of the 19th century, the Berlin conference gathered together Europe 's most powerful countries who decided amongst themselves the fate of the African continent.
The BritishItalians and Ethiopians partitioned Greater Somalia into spheres of influence, cutting into the previous nomadic grazing system and Somali civilizational network that connected port cities with those of the interior. The Ethiopian Emperor Menelik 's Somali expedition, consisting of an army of 11, men, made a deep push into the vicinity of Luuq in Somalia. However, his troops were soundly defeated by the Gobroon army, with only soldiers returning alive.
The Ethiopians subsequently refrained from further expeditions into the interior of Somalia, but continued to oppress the people in the Ogaden by plundering the nomads of their livestock numbering in the hundreds of thousands. The British blockade in firearms to the Somalis rendered the nomads in the Ogaden helpless against the armies of Menelik. The resistance against the colonization of Muslim lands in Africa and Asia by the Afghans and Mahdists would inspire a large resistance movement in Somalia.
Mohammed Abdullah Hassana former nomad boy that had travelled to many Muslim centers in the Islamic worldreturned to Somalia as a grown man and began promoting the Salihiya order in the urban cities and the interior where he found major success.
InHassan left Berbera. On this journey, at a place called Daymoole, he met some Somali children who were being looked after by a Catholic Mission. When he asked them about their clan and parents, the Somali orphans replied that they belonged to the "clan of the Catholic Fathers.
When questioned about the loss of the gun, they told their superiors that Hassan had stolen the gun from them. On 29 Marchthe British Vice Consul wrote a very stern and insulting letter to him asking him to return the gun immediately, which someone in Hassan's camp had reported stolen. This enraged Hassan and he sent a very brief and curt reply refuting the allegation. While Hassan had really been against the Ethiopian invaders of Somalia, this small incident caused a clash with the British.
After a quarter of a century of holding the British at bay, the Dervishes were finally defeated inwhen Britain for the first time in Africa used aeroplanes to bomb the Dervish capital of Taleh. Italo - Somali War: Campaign of the Sultanates[ edit ] This section needs additional citations for verification.
August The Sultanate of Hobyo 's cavalry and fort. Inthe Dervish state collapsed after intensive British aerial bombardments, and Dervish territories were subsequently turned into a protectorate. The dawn of fascism in the early s heralded a change of strategy for Italyas the north-eastern sultanates were soon to be forced within the boundaries of La Grande Somalia according to the plan of Fascist Italy.
With the arrival of Governor Cesare Maria De Vecchi on 15 Decemberthings began to change for that part of the Somali territories. Italy had access to these areas under the successive protection treaties, but not direct rule. The Fascist government had direct rule only over the Benadir territory. Given the defeat of the Dervish movement in the early s and the rise of fascism in Europe, on 10 July Mussolini gave the green light to De Vecchi to start the takeover of the north-eastern sultanates.
Everything was to be changed and the treaties abrogated. Governor De Vecchi's first plan was to disarm the sultanates. But before the plan could be carried out there should be sufficient Italian troops in both sultanates.
In preparation for the plan of invasion of the sultanates, the Alula Commissioner, E. Coronaro received orders in April to carry out a reconnaissance on the territories targeted for invasion. In spite of the forty year Italian relationship with the sultanates, Italy did not have adequate knowledge of the geography.
During this time, the Stefanini-Puccioni geological survey was scheduled to take place, so it was a good opportunity for the expedition of Coronaro to join with this. Coronaro's survey concluded that the Ismaan Sultanate depended on sea traffic, therefore, if this were blocked any resistance which could be mounted came after the invasion of the sultanate would be minimal.
As the first stage of the invasion plan Governor De Vecchi ordered the two Sultanates to disarm. The reaction of both sultanates was to object, as they felt the policy was in breach of the protectorate agreements. The pressure engendered by the new development forced the two rival sultanates to settle their differences over Nugaal possession, and form a united front against their common enemy.
The Sultanate of Hobyo was different from that of Majeerteen in terms of its geography and the pattern of the territory. It was founded by Yusuf Ali Keenadid in the middle of the 19th century in central Somalia.
Its jurisdiction stretched from Ceeldheer through to Dusamareeb in the south-west, from Galladi to Galkacyo in the west, from Jerriiban to Garaad in the north-east, and the Indian Ocean in the east. By 1 October, De Vecchi's plan was to go into action. The operation to invade Hobyo started in October Hobyo, CeelbuurGalkayo, and the territory between were completely overrun within a month. Hobyo was transformed from a sultanate into an administrative region. Sultan Yusuf Ali surrendered.
Nevertheless, soon suspicions were aroused as Trivulzio, the Hobyo commissioner, reported movement of armed men towards the borders of the sultanate before the takeover and after.
In musical usage the word was used for collections of pieces of printed music from the early nineteenth century. It was adopted by the industry as a standard format for the album. Apart from relatively minor refinements and the important later addition of stereophonic sound capability, the term album had been carried forward from the early nineteenth century when it had been used for collections of short pieces of music.
Later, collections of related 78rpm records were bundled in book-like albums, as part of a trend of shifting sales in the music industry, some commenters have declared that the early 21st century experienced the death of the album.
There are no rules against artists such as Pinhead Gunpowder referring to their own releases under thirty minutes as albums. These are known as box sets, material is stored on an album in sections termed tracks, normally 11 or 12 tracks.
A music track is a song or instrumental recording. The term is associated with popular music where separate tracks are known as album tracks. When vinyl records were the medium for audio recordings a track could be identified visually from the grooves 2.
The group formed in with members Pat DiNizio, Jim Babjak, Mike Mesaros and this lineup continued untilwhen Mesaros left the band and Severo Jornacion took over on bass guitar. The band are perhaps best known for a string of modest hits in the late s and early s, including Only a Memory, A Girl Like You, Blues Before, the Smithereens have collaborated with numerous musicians, both in the studio and live.
Inthey formed the band with DiNizio, who is from Scotch Plains, DiNizio had placed a classified ad in The Aquarian Weekly looking for a drummer to help on a demo tape — Diken answered it, and later introduced his schoolmates Babjak and Mesaros as well.
The Smithereens are known for writing and playing catchy s-influenced power pop, the group gained publicity when the single Blood and Roses from its first album was included on the soundtrack for Dangerously Close, and the music video got moderate rotation on MTV. Blood and Roses was also featured on the s TV show Miami Vice during the episode The Savage, the title and artwork for the album 11 were a nod to the original Oceans 11 film.
The Smithereens starred as themselves and were featured as the entertainment in the beach party scene of the Troma film Class of Nuke Em High.
The soundtrack to the film was not released untilthe highest position a Smithereens album attained on the Billboard pop charts was inwhen 11 peaked at No. The group is active and tours frequently. The basic tracks for their latest studio album of material, titledwere recorded in early October In JuneThe Smithereens toured as support for Tom Petty, original bass player Mike Mesaros reunited with the band for a few performances in late and early Rock music — It has its roots in s and s rock and roll, itself heavily influenced by blues, rhythm and blues and country music.
Rock music also drew strongly on a number of genres such as electric blues and folk. Musically, rock has centered on the guitar, usually as part of a rock group with electric bass guitar. Punk was an influence into the s on the subsequent development of subgenres, including new wave, post-punk. From the s alternative rock began to rock music and break through into the mainstream in the form of grunge, Britpop. Similarly, s punk culture spawned the visually distinctive goth and emo subcultures and this trio of instruments has often been complemented by the inclusion of other instruments, particularly keyboards such as the piano, Hammond organ and synthesizers.
The basic rock instrumentation was adapted from the blues band instrumentation. Melodies are often derived from older musical modes, including the Dorian and Mixolydian, harmonies range from the common triad to parallel fourths and fifths and dissonant harmonic progressions. Critics have stressed the eclecticism and stylistic diversity of rock, because of its complex history and tendency to borrow from other musical and cultural forms, it has been argued that it is impossible to bind rock music to a rigidly delineated musical definition.
These themes were inherited from a variety of sources, including the Tin Pan Alley pop tradition, folk music and rhythm, as a result, it has been seen as articulating the concerns of this group in both style and lyrics. Christgau, writing insaid in spite of some exceptions, rock and roll usually implies an identification of male sexuality, according to Simon Frith rock was something more than pop, something more than rock and roll.
Rock musicians combined an emphasis on skill and technique with the concept of art as artistic expression, original. The foundations of music are in rock and roll, which originated in the United States during the late s and early s.
Its immediate origins lay in a melding of various musical genres of the time, including rhythm and blues and gospel music, with country. InCleveland, Ohio disc jockey Alan Freed began playing rhythm and blues music for a multi-racial audience, debate surrounds which record should be considered the first rock and roll record.
Louisville, Kentucky — Louisville is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 30th-most populous city in the United States. It is one of two cities in Kentucky designated as first-class, the other being the states second-largest city of Lexington, Louisville is the historical seat and, sincethe nominal seat of Jefferson County.
Sited beside the Falls of the Ohio, the major obstruction to river traffic between the upper Ohio River and the Gulf of Mexico, the settlement first grew as a portage site. It was the city of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. Its main airport is also the site of United Parcel Services worldwide air hub, sinceLouisvilles borders have been the same as those of Jefferson County because of a city-county merger. However, the total ofexcludes other incorporated places and semiautonomous towns within the county and is the population listed in most sources.
As ofthe MSA had a population of 1,, the history of Louisville spans hundreds of years, and has been influenced by the areas geography and location.
The rapids at the Falls of the Ohio created a barrier to river travel, the first European settlement in the vicinity of modern-day Louisville was on Corn Island in by Col.
George Rogers Clark, credited as the founder of Louisville. Several landmarks in the community are named after him, two years later, inthe Virginia General Assembly approved the town charter of Louisville. The city was named in honor of King Louis XVI of France, early residents lived in forts to protect themselves from Indian raids, but moved out by the late s.
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The citys early growth was influenced by the fact river boats had to be unloaded and moved downriver before reaching the falls. Bythe population had swelled to 7, the city grew rapidly in its formative years. Louisville was a shipping port and slaves worked in a variety of associated trades. The city was often a point of escape for slaves to the north, during the Civil War, Louisville was a major stronghold of Union forces, which kept Kentucky firmly in the Union.
It was the center of planning, supplies, recruiting, and transportation for numerous campaigns, by the end of the war, Louisville had not been attacked, although skirmishes and battles, including the battles of Perryville and Corydon, took place nearby 5.
The New York Times has won Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other newspaper, the papers print version in had the second-largest circulation, behind The Wall Street Journal, and the largest circulation among the metropolitan newspapers in the US. The New York Times is ranked 18th in the world by circulation, following industry trends, its weekday circulation had fallen in to fewer than one million. Morgan and Edward B.
We do not believe that everything in Society is either right or exactly wrong, —what is good we desire to preserve and improve, —what is evil, to exterminate. Inthe started a western division, The Times of California that arrived whenever a mail boat got to California. However, when local California newspapers came into prominence, the effort failed, the newspaper shortened its name to The New-York Times in It dropped the hyphen in the city name in the s, One of the earliest public controversies it was involved with was the Mortara Affair, the subject of twenty editorials it published alone.
Tweed offered The New York Times five million dollars to not publish the story, in the s, The New York Times transitioned gradually from editorially supporting Republican Party candidates to becoming more politically independent and analytical.
Inthe paper supported Democrat Grover Cleveland in his first presidential campaign, while this move cost The New York Times readership among its more progressive and Republican readers, the paper eventually regained most of its lost ground within a few years. However, the newspaper was financially crippled by the Panic ofthe paper slowly acquired a reputation for even-handedness and accurate modern reporting, especially by the s under the guidance of Ochs.Lil Yachty - MICKEY (Audio) ft. Offset, Lil Baby
Under Ochs guidance, continuing and expanding upon the Henry Raymond tradition, The New York Times achieved international scope, circulation, inthe first air delivery of The New York Times to Philadelphia began. The New York Times first trans-Atlantic delivery by air to London occurred in by dirigible, airplane Edition was sent by plane to Chicago so it could be in the hands of Republican convention delegates by evening. In the s, the extended its breadth and reach.
The crossword began appearing regularly inand the section in 6. John Lennon — John Winston Ono Lennon, MBE was an English singer and songwriter who co-founded the Beatles, the most commercially successful and musically influential band in the history of popular music.
He and fellow member Paul McCartney formed a songwriting partnership. Born and raised in Liverpool, Lennon became involved in the craze as a teenager, his first band, the Quarrymen, first became the Silver Beatles. After his marriage to Yoko Ono inhe added Ono as one of his middle names, Lennon disengaged himself from the music business in to raise his infant son Sean, but re-emerged with Ono in with the new album Double Fantasy.
He was murdered three weeks after its release, Lennon revealed a rebellious nature and acerbic wit in his music, writing, drawings, on film and in interviews. ByLennons solo album sales in the United States exceeded 14 million and, as writer, co-writer, or performer, he is responsible for 25 number-one singles on the US Hot chart. Ina BBC poll on the Greatest Britons voted him eighth and, inRolling Stone ranked him the fifth-greatest singer of all time.
He was posthumously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame inand into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, in as a member of the Beatles and in as a solo artist. When he eventually came home six months later, he offered to look after the family, after her sister, Mimi Smith, twice complained to Liverpools Social Services, Julia handed the care of Lennon over to her.
In July Lennons father visited Smith and took his son to Blackpool, Julia followed them—with her partner at the time, Bobby Dykins—and after a heated argument his father forced the five-year-old to choose between them. Lennon twice chose his father, but as his mother walked away, he began to cry and followed her, according to author Mark Lewisohn, Lennons parents agreed that Julia should take him and give him a home as Alf left again.
A witness who was there that day, Billy Hall, has said the scene often portrayed with a young John Lennon having to make a decision between his parents never happened. It would be 20 years before he had contact with his father again, Throughout the rest of his childhood and adolescence he lived at Mendips, Menlove Avenue, Woolton with his aunt and uncle, Mimi and George Smith, who had no children of their own.
His aunt purchased volumes of stories for him, and his uncle.