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George Rodger - KENYA. Mau Mau. 1954.
KENYA. Near Nairobi. The gatehouse of Nairobi National Park. 1954.
KENYA. Nyeri. Early on a Sunday morning, the Nyeri Police Force, a company of the King's African Rifles, and loyal Kikuyu Home Guards threw a cordon around the entire village. After the battle the notorious Hika Hika gang of Mau Mau, the dead were brought into the Karatina Police Station. 1954.
KENYA. Mau Mau. Bahati. Nairobi. Housing over 200,000 people Bahati is one of the worst slum areas of Nairobi. 1954.
KENYA. Nairobi. Mau Mau suspects being held. 1954.
KENYA. Sir Evelyn Baring, Governor of Kenya. 1954.
KENYA. Nyeri. One of the worst trouble-spots for Mau Mau, and many "sweep" of the town were held to find the Mau Mau terrorists. Early on a Sunday morning, the Nyeri Police Force, a company of the King's African Rifles, and loyal Kikuyu Home Guards threw a cordon around the entire village. After the
KENYA. Mau Mau. Karatina. Prisoner caught by British and loyal African troops during the Karatina battle. These men are some of the Hika Hika gang of the Mau Mau. 1954.
KENYA. Mau Mau. C.I.D inspectors demonstrate the use of the Mau Mau strangling thong. These are made mostly of rawhide, but sometimes of woven bush grass. Many Mau Mau were found with these in their pockets. 1954.
KENYA. Mau Mau. During the Mau Mau uprising, many Kenyan villages were protected by a moat which was filled with deadly cactus needles. 1954.
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