Chapter Ethiopia

(Abyssinia)

GOVERNMENT PLANTS: None.

PRIVATE PLANTS: None. However, crude gunsmithing is common.

PRINCIPAL MILITARY RIFLES: U.S. cal. .30 Mi, .303 P-14 (Rifle No. 3 Mark I*) and .30 M1917 rifles. Every conceivable type and vintage of rifle from flintlock to modern semiautomatic was encountered in Ethiopia during World War II.

Col. G. B, jarrett, on an intelligence and ordnance mission to the Near East early in World War II, catalogued hundreds of varieties and variations of rifles in Ethiopia. Despite unusually wide experience as a collector of military arms, he found it impossible to definitely classify all the arms encountered.

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