Mau Mau from below (Eastern African Studies)
A unique account of Britain's most bloody war of decolonization... .More than any other writer on Mau Mau, Kershaw has captured and distilled its internecine complexity, in the process identifying why the wounds have taken so very long to heal. --Times Literary SupplementThis is a wonderful source book on Kikuyu political mythology and culture. --African Affairs --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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