Why did Italy get into a conflict with Ethiopia in World War 2?
During the II WW Ethiopia was already an Italian colony, being occuped in 1936 by Badoglio
Because during the time of the Roman Empire, the Romans never conquered Ethiopia. So the Italians wanted to get that issue away.
Ethiopia was one of the few(if not the only) free country in Africa and Italy wanted to
ethiopian dosent colonized by Italy because Ethiopia was the winner of the war, but after the war Italy come back and control Ethiopia for 5 years.
The second Italo-Ethiopian war took place in 1935 and ended with Italian occupation of Ethiopia. The reason behind it was Italy's violation of territorial integrity of Ethiopia despite agreements. This led to the Wal-Wal incident in which 2 Italians and more than 100 Ethiopians died. This incident gave Italy a chance to start a conflict which resulted in invasion of Ethiopia.
no. Italy and Ethiopia had a war because Italy wanted to conquer Ethiopia but Ethiopia won and so was not colonized, but after a while, Italy came back and had a war in which they occupied Ethiopia for 5 years, but that was never officially a colonization because Italy never had control of Ethiopia during those five years they were actually fighting in those five years, in which historians got it wrong and called it…
There is no single reason for Ethiopia, but several. It was invaded twice by Italy, in 1890s and 1936. Ethiopia defeated the Italian force in the 1895 by coming together as one nation and was aided by Russia. Italy had the backing of the English during this period. The French were also interested in Ethiopia, the Europeans powers couldn't agree amongst themselves on how to divide and share Ethiopian; this was one of several reasons…