|Date:|| Friday December 07 2007 4:32|
|From:||Roger Gibson (Summerville, South Carolina, USA)
I have many memories of Asmara and Massawa I grew up there from 1942-1945
we moved from Alexandria Egypt as the Germans were getting close to us.
I was about 10 + years old after the war WWII was over then managed to
get back to England.
My Godfather was a officer in the British army and
I remember staying with him on the road to Keren.
I have pictures of the
area during this time and some of Massauwa I will always remember these
memories and the friendly people I met. There will always be a place in
my heart for Eritrea.
|Date:||Thursday October 18 2007 17:00|
|From:||Tesfagiorgis Solomon (Stuttgart,Germany)
Mein Hochachtung und Respekt sollen meine Gefühle und Bewunderung alles über deine wunderbare
Es ist einfach wunderschön, wenn eine fleissige Frau wie du dein Land in der ganze welt von ihre schöne
I would like simply say you are doing a great J O B. and give you my R E S P E K T.
|Date:||Monday October 15 2007 16:32|
|From:||Michael K. Dahl (Janesville, Wisconsin, United States)
I was in the us army stationed at Kagnew Station in 1972-1973. I was a military policeman and was with
Ethiopian police resolving issues between Americans and Ethiopians.
I have tried to keep abreast with current events about
Eritrea and Ethiopia and am saddened by the war and devastating events of the region.
I have read that
Kagnew is occupied by amputees from the war and prosthesis are made there. It is too bad that so much unrest is around the
I still dream and have fond memories of my time spent in Asmara so long ago.
Mickael K. Dahl
Yzì srah asserte shiab zubbuk yù!
|Date:||Friday April 27 2007 21:15|
|From:||Gigliola e Sandro (Milano, Italy)
Abbiano visto il tuo sito ; è molto bello.
Gigliola e Sandro.
I was in Massawa around mid 1997. I was there with the United States Marines and
United States Navy at that time. We had 3 ships with us, however, since Massawa
was smaller then, they only allowed the personnel from one ship to get off and
tour the town and assist with a few reconstruction efforts.
I do feel proud to have been a part of it. The Eritrean people are a good and decent
people. I found Eritrea to be a wonderful place and I would sincerely love to visit
Thanks for stand up & rooting for Eritrea. Mebrat is very lucky in the world
to find a caring husband of your kind.
I'm sure you feel the same wau about finding Mebrat. Your love & passion for
each other proves LOVE CROSSES OCEANS & binds people, more than nuclear bombs or satellites.
Dear Webmaster & Mebrat,,,,Thanks for standing up to root for Eritrea. Eritreans
are fortunate to have friends like you. Eritreans will always have special room
in their hearts & will remember for eternity their friends like you, who stood
up on their side & spoke in the voiceless Eritrean people's name, when the whole
world choose to keep silent & bomb Eritreans to stone age.
Eritrea is indebted to your dedicated contribution in the Eritrean people's name.
May your love & harmony continue to shine around the globe for eternity.
Thank you for sharing your love with millions of people accross all over the world.
I really impressed by the pictures you put together, This is life time achievement.
It is helping me to teach my kids about Eritrea places, cultures and its people.
Very good information, very clear and precise, I hope to travel to your country soon
to scuba dive!
|Date:||Tuesday February 27 2007 15:41|
|From:||Ndeanka Nsa Caleb (Dar es salaam, Tanzania)
I have just finished reading your amazing Eritrea's history
which is in my opinion, both enlightening and inspiring.
It presents a non fiction accounts of gallant and devotion deeds of our
fellow African brothers and sisters in their end less struggles for liberty,
respect and recognition.
I, as a fellow African, encourage you to keep pressing on no matter who
oppose providing you are treading on the right path.
God bless Eritrea, God bless Africa.
Ndeanka Nsa Caleb
Guest book of Mebrat Tzehaie 2006