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    MAU MAU 1954 enhanced entry

    ... Africa’ (East African Standard, 17 September 1954, 29).

    Mau Mau was produced by the Johannesburg- ... rhetoric.

    First, the commentator presents the Mau Mau as a localised problem, without, as Monthly Film ...

     
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    ... , who killed 15 out of a group of about 18 Mau Mau with an accurate and devastating ... , 528). 

    RAF Sorties During Mau Mau Campaign provides some ... , John, ‘Flying against the Mau Mau- I’, The Aeroplane, 25 March ...

     
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    ... Haines makes virtually no other reference to the Mau Mau. He notes only that Colonel ... with defence matters connected with the Mau Mau disturbances’, and so had to ... 115). The lack of attention afforded to the Mau Mau is reflected in the completed film ...
     
  • Williams Collection 1: Uganda 1959
    ... , Jomo Kenyatta was still detained, the Mau Mau Emergency was still not officially ... 361). Driven in part by fear of having another Mau Mau to contend with, Macleod’s ... independence, after the fury and fear of Mau Mau, these films do not picture panic ...
     
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    ... anti-colonial sentiment – leading to the emergence of the Mau Mau movement – the incidents depicted on film ... Tom Rice (October 2008)

    Clough, Marshall S., Mau Mau Memoirs: History, Memory, and Politics ( ...

     
  • RHODESIAN SPOTLIGHT NO.  87
    ... Camp, a ‘rehabilitation’ centre for Mau Mau detainees in East Africa, ‘as a ... linking the situation in Nyasaland with the Mau Mau ‘and possibly with the ... Hyam, 2006, 264). The link with Mau Mau, while used to justify government action ...
     
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    NAIROBI 1950 has video enhanced entry

    ... and African nationalists – barely two years before the Mau Mau uprising – there was, she suggested, & ... tensions within the city, which would ultimately climax in the Mau Mau uprisings.

    From the outset, Nairobi presents ...

     
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    ... at the indifference of white settlers, it also romanticised black Africans. This idealism was to be quickly dated by events. In 1952 the Mau Mau uprising began and the task of stopping the ivory trade and clearing poachers from Cowie’s park fell ...
     
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    ... and civil disobedience which became known as the Mau. The Mau rebellion would eventually see the granting of ... Bloomington: Indiana University Press)

    Field, Michael J. 1991 [1984] Mau: Samoa’s Struggle for Freedom (Auckland: ...

     
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    ... saw the beginnings of the ‘Mau’, a largely peaceful popular uprising ... new legislation in 1936 made concessions to the Mau, and opened the door for ... ): 213

     

    Field, Michael J. [1984] Mau: Samoa’s Struggle for Freedom ...

     
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    TELEVISION NEWSREELGreat Britain

    Colonial Secretary Oliver Lyttelton visits Mau Mau territory and meets the senior chief of the Kikuyu tribe. Mr Lyttelton is interviewed upon his arrival at London Airport, principally about the Mau Mau.

     
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    ... to be encountered by British forces in Singapore, Malaya and Hong Kong. A cordon and search operation in a village in Kenya, where the Mau Mau insurgency was then coming to an end, is also shown. British soldiers surround a house, search the occupants and ...