Major-General Sir William Robert Norris Hinde (1900 - 1981), the newly-appointed Director of Operations against the Mau Mau Rebellion in Kenya, 24th April 1953.
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Kenyan Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta (c 1889 - 1978) and the Duke of Edinburgh drive through cheering crowds in Nairobi during the Independence celebration
Prime Minister Mr Jomo Kenyatta at Independence Arena for The Independence Ceremony In Kenya, 1963.
A postcard issued by the government of Jomo Kenyatta to mark Kenya's formal independence on 12th December 1963. The message reads ' I send the good wishes of the people of Kenya to the people of all countries in the World on the joyous...More
Kenyan Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta (1891 - 1978) with Tom Mboya, Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, at the Kenyan independence conference at Lancaster House in London.
1963, Kenya, Africa, Kenya Independence Ceremonies, President Jomo Kenyatta is pictured inspecting a Guard of Honour
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh with Jomo Kenyatta (1889 - 1978), Kenya's first Premier, during the Kenyan Independence Day Celebrations.
1954, Armed guards for Mau Mau rebel suspects during the troubles in Kenya, The rebels waged a war of murder against the colonial rule of Great Britain in the country
Some of the 6,000 Africans rounded up in Kairobangi, Nairobi, by police searching for Mau Mau suspects, 27th April 1953.
Suspected members of the Mau Mau, accused of murder and on trial. They are sitting in a shed, holding large identifying numbers on their laps.