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History: This is a picture of British soldiers threatening Kenyans. From 1895 to 1963 Britans ruled Kenya. It was a Colony of Britan till 1964 when it ...

Beneficiaries of colonialism in Kenya today

The U.S. is waging secret warfare around the world—but the operations in and around Kenya's Boni National Reserve are some of the most mysterious.

The Mau Mau Uprising

South African troops in Moyale, Kenya pose with an Italian flag captured after retaking the town from Italian forces in early 1941.

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Mau Mau suspects

Kenyan soldiers prepare to sweep a building at Garissa University College after gunmen attacked the campus

African soldiers of the King's African Rifles train in Kenya, 1944.

A woman is surrounded by riot police during disturbances in the Dandora district of Nairobi 14

British colonial secretary Iain Macleod (centre left) attends a reception in Rurungu, Kenya

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British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK)

Members of the Kenya Regiment sit and enjoy a drink together following what would no doubt

A Kenyan soldier in Garissa yesterday as the siege at Garissa university continued

Mau Mau prisoners

RECCE Squad Commandos Training in Kenya

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Nairobi: Campaign posters of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta line the streets of the capital

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A soldier searches a Mau Mau suspect in the depths of the semi-tropical forest

Kenyan soldiers take cover as heavy gunfire continues in front of the school on April 2

Maasai women doing their traditional jumping dance.

Kenyan paramilitary police officers patrol the area near the mall on Sunday, September 22.

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British Empire in World War II

Kenia Wahlen in Nairobi (Reuters/T. Mukoya)

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Soldiers take cover after gunfire near the mall on September 23.

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Kenyan Defence Forces are seen at the Garissa University campus after an attack by Somalia's al

Terrorist: Known as the 'White Beast' because of his brutality, Evans (

Police officers control a crowd near the scene of the inspection of a vehicle suspected to

A distressed relative of one of those killed is supported by rescue workers. Photograph: Thomas Mukoya/Reuters

British soldiers check identity papers of suspected Mau Mau members

Jomo Kenyatta at his inauguration

The Kenya Army's Ranger Strike Force on the move in Somalia. Picture: By A

Kenyan sailors aboard a British Royal Navy minesweeper, 1945.

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Kenyan Army Brig. Gen. Leonard Ngondi, left, greets U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Steve Nichols, left, at Camp Lonestar in Kenya, 2006.

Spokesman for the Ministry of Interior Mwenda Njoka says that without Kenyan coordination, the operation

Home Guard and a police officer escort four captured Mau Mau. The Mau Mau had

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Gray Leakey, accompanied by his family outside Buckingham Palace, after collecting the Victoria Cross

Kenyan Defense Forces walk near the mall on Monday, September 23.

Bilal Abdi, nine, a student of Violet Muranga, one of the teachers killed

Tristan Voorspuy, a former British army officer, was shot dead

Plainclothes policemen stand in front of a crowd which came to see bodies of suspected Garissa

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Judgement Is Made In The Mau Mau Uprising Compensation Bid

Students evacuated from Garissa University College listen to an address by Interior Minister for Security Joseph

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A Rifle Brigade patrol flanked by two former Mau Mau. The tall figure seen in

A student hostage is escorted out of the school after troops ended the gunmen'

A student carries his classmate out of the Silver Spring Secondary School in Nairobi, Kenya

The forgotten heroes of World War II

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Roll call for Gloucester survivors after the Battle of the Imjin River

British soldiers of 1st Bn The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment training in Kenya in 2013

Miguna Miguna (left) partakes in Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga's symbolic presidential oath of

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At an opposition rally in Homa Bay, Kenya. Credit: NASA.

Miguna Miguna was deported from Kenya for the second time in two months

Kenya Red Cross staff assist a woman after she viewed the body of a relative killed

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A police officer stands guard at the national tallying centre as Kenyans await the announcement on

During a march past of Indian troops, a woman pins flowers on to the tunic

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Privates Horsely and Green, of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, were attached to 1

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Kenyan soldiers stand guard in front of the school on April 2, 2015.

Jomo Kenyatta celebrates Kenyan independence at a ceremony attended by the Duke of Edinburgh Image source

... the racist thug who waged war on black people across Africa and in Britain. This is the trial of Winston Churchill, the enemy of all humanity.

Burundian troops arrive in Mogadishu to serve under the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM

No glass ceiling for Kenyan born Vanessa Kingori: Youngest and first female publisher of British GQ

Somali refugees wait to see the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Antonio

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President Moi burning ivory. Image source

Kamba women from Kenya. courtesy singingwells.org

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