Skull deformation by the Mangbetus. ´Mrs Nobosodrou, wife of a Mangbetu chief, Belgian Congo. Photographer: Leon Poirier and George Specht during the French Citroen Expedition through Africa, March 1925.
Ntare V of Burundi (b. Charles Ndizeye, 2 December 1947 — 29 April 1972) was the king of Burundi from June to November 1966. Until his accession, he was known as Crown Prince Charles Ndizeye. He deposed his father, Mwambutsa IV (d. Switzerland, 1977) in 1966. King Ntare himself was deposed in a military coup led by Michel Micombero in 1966; the King went into exile in West Germany.