2 edition of Kenya"s trade unions, 1952-1956 found in the catalog.
Kenya"s trade unions, 1952-1956
|Statement||Makhan Singh ; edited by Bethwell A. Ogot.|
|Contributions||Ogot, Bethwell A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 330 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||330|
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Ir Buscar Los Más Vendidos Ideas Format: Encuadernación desconocida, The selections in this book recall relevant events in the history of the militant trade union movement in Kenya and record the contribution that the trade union movement made to Mau Mau and to Kenya’s war of independence.
The Kenya Resists Series covers different aspects of resistance by people of Kenya 1952-1956 book colonialism and 1952-1956 book. The Mau Mau was a terrorist organisation, dominated by Kenya’s major ethnic grouping, the Kikuyu. Kikuyu extremists were furious about what they saw as the theft of their land by white settlers.
The Mau Mau uprising, A short overview of the Mau Mau rebellion against the British Empire in Kenya, which was brutally suppressed by the colonial administration. The Mau Mau uprising began in as a reaction to inequalities and injustices in British-controlled Kenya.
Notes  The Republic of Kenya was proclaimed a year after the country’s independence on Decem Jomo Kenyatta, the then prime minister was 1952-1956 book become President of the Republic.
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The outbreak of Mau Mau hostilities in Kenya was the culmination of a series of grievances which had developed among the more politically conscious Africans.
The lack of political opportunities and the inability to promote economic and social integration fomented frustration and antagonism among these Africans. Yet, the violence and the imposition of the Emergency restrictions failed to Author: Michael Ernest Farquhar.
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