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Author: Mark Gilbert

spring to mind: John Hampden denouncing a monarch who would tax Britons without the approval of parliament; an artful Disraeli ‘dishing the Whigs’; Churchill defiantly rejecting surrender to the Nazis; Powell himself vehemently defending the legal rights of murdered Mau-Mau prisoners in Kenya in 1959. 27

In: Euroscepticisms
Author: Mark Gilbert

spring to mind: John Hampden denouncing a monarch who would tax Britons without the approval of parliament; an artful Disraeli ‘dishing the Whigs’; Churchill defiantly rejecting surrender to the Nazis; Powell himself vehemently defending the legal rights of murdered Mau-Mau prisoners in Kenya in 1959. 27

In: Euroscepticisms

-Africanism, Padmore represents a unique historical $ource. But his 231 book is a pot pourri, including brief histories of colonialism as practiced by Britain and France, an essay on the Mau-Mau, comments on the constitutional development of Nigeria-all included in a volume for which Padmore intended there to be a

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
Author: F. Gunderson

trouble It is people like you who bring Mau Mau You have plenty of mountains Interpretation: This wigaashe verse was performed by Kang’wiina ng’wana Mihumo,7 and has been attributed to Kalikali Mbagule from around the time of the late 1950s. It was documented by Mkongola (1980: 47),8 and was reported

In: Sukuma Labor Songs from Western Tanzania
Author: F. Gunderson

and politically ori- ented African voluntary associations in Tanganyika during the ten years between the end of the war and the birth of the Tanganyika African National Union in 1954 (Maguirre 1969: xxiv). In the wake of these developments, and because of events such as the 1954 Mau Mau terror in

In: Sukuma Labor Songs from Western Tanzania
Author: F. Gunderson

. 1948–1949 Nzala ya legu legu (‘Famine of maize flour’). 1951 First radio station established in Dar es Salaam. 1952 VCFU established (Victoria Federation of Cooperative Unions). 1954–1959 Mau Mau crisis in Kenya. 1953 Julius Nyerere returns from study abroad. 1954 First Ngudu agricultural show. 1954

In: Sukuma Labor Songs from Western Tanzania

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 27: Race, Gender, and Culture in U.S. Foreign Relations | Race authorMeriwether, James H.imprintChapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002.annotationThe author argues that key events such as the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935, the Mau Mau Uprising

In: The SHAFR Guide Online

the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935, the Mau Mau Uprising, and Defiance Campaign in Kenya and South Africa respectively in the 1950s, and the independence of many nations in 1960 were important in...

In: The SHAFR Guide Online

–103, 113–114, 125, 136, 149, 165, 168, 207 Marxism 22, 203–205 Masjid Marauders 300 Mau Mau 81, 181 Mauritania 82, 220 Maznavi, M. Hasna 308–311 McGovern, George 142 Mecca 13, 29, 31, 67, 71–72, 80(n68)–82, 93, 95, 110, 114, 117, 121, 123, 134–139, 147, 150, 168–170, 182, 187–188, 211–225, 242, 259

In: Malcolm X

Mahabharata 29, 83 Maji Maji 138 Malawi xiii, 107, 224–28 Malta v, xiii, 114–25 Manne, Robert 105 Marr, Andrew 10 Mary Queen of Scots 119 Massa, Daniel, “Sixteen Dozen Mitts” 121; “Statements in Black” 125 Mau Mau 102, 138 Mauritius 106, 107, 108, 109 Mee, Arthur 102 Memory of Fire (Galeano) 43

In: Discourses of Empire and Commonwealth