Παρασκευή, 11 Μαρτίου 2016

The Mau Mau rebellion, the militant culmination of years of oppressive colonial rule and resistance to it

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Read:

Mau Mau Uprising - Wikipedia

Timeline of the Mau Mau Rebellion - 1951-1954


Mau Mau torture victims to receive compensation - Hague


Mau Mau Rebellion: Caroline Elkins on Abuse in Colonial Kenya


Maumau-rebellion.wikispaces.com

Weep Not, Child - The Mau Mau Revolt


 The assumed to be leader of the Mau Mau Rebels, Jomo Kenyatta (PSYOP of the Mau-Mau Uprising).

Please, see also

The Orthodox Church in Kenya & the Orthodox Patriarchal Ecclesiastical School of Makarios III  
 "...In Kenya, after the Second World War, the struggle against colonial rule intensified, and in 1952 the colonial authorities declared a state of emergency as a result of the activities of the Mau Mau guerrillas. The Orthodox Church was banned and its schools and temples were closed by the colonial regime. Many churches were burnt down by the armed forces, and the clergy put in concentration camps (Githieya 1992:181). During that period the Orthodox Church in Kenya was treated by the British colonial regime in the same fashion as the Bolsheviks treated the Russian Orthodox Church." (from here)
 


Orthodox Church & Capitalism: Orthodox Fathers of Church on poverty, wealth and social justice
 

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