This 12 December 2018 video says about itself:
Kenya’s Anti-colonial Mau Mau Movement
The road to independence for Kenya is one of the bloodiest in the history of the British Empire.
From British daily The Morning Star:
(Sunday 13 May 2007)
Never Be Silent by Shiraz Durrani
(Vita Books, £20)
JOHN PATEMAN learns how revolutionary publishing was central to the Mau Mau struggle against imperialism and oppression.
This important book is well researched and scholarly, but at the same time written in a popular and accessible style.
Each chapter follows a common pattern so that the evolution of publishing can be traced through different historical periods and situations.
The emergence of an African nationalist movement between 1884-1922 is illustrated through examples of settler, colonial government, church, south Asian and African publications.
See also here.
- Fury as Britain fights ruling on Kenya torture victims (guardian.co.uk)
- Miller’s firm takes role in Mau Mau case (capitalfm.co.ke)
- British Kenya colonial massacre revealed (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- British colonial officials covered up Mau Mau killings (itv.com)
- British tried to conceal Mau Mau camp atrocity death (independent.co.uk)
- Mau Mau massacre cover-up detailed in newly-opened secret files (guardian.co.uk)
- Britain fights ruling on Mau Mau victims (nation.co.ke)
- Ministry in push for Mau Mau war payout (nation.co.ke)
- A Time There Was: The Mau Mau Rebellion Thursday 6th December 2012 (funmiwritesculture.wordpress.com)
- Mau Mau Museum in the making (ambulivictor.wordpress.com)