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Ogaden in the 19th century

Ogaden is one of the three names for the largest region of Ethiopia. It is named after the Ogaden tribe.[1] The area is also called the Somali Region. The Ogaden tribe shares borders with Dir to the northwest, Isaaq to the north, reer Darawiish to the northeast, Oromo to the west and Rahanweyn to the south.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Eshete, Tibebe (1994). "Towards a History of the Incorporation of the Ogaden: 1887-1935". Journal of Ethiopian Studies. 27 (2): 69–70. JSTOR 41966038.
  2. Carruth, Lauren. "Kinship, nomadism, and humanitarian aid among Somalis in Ethiopia." Disasters 42.1 (2018): 149-168.