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  1. Mau Mau, militant African nationalist movement that originated in the s among the Kikuyu people of Kenya. The Mau Mau (origin of the name is uncertain) advocated violent resistance to British domination in Kenya; the movement was especially associated with the ritual oaths employed by leaders.
  2. Mau-mau definition is - to intimidate (someone, such as an official) by hostile confrontation or threats.
  3. The Long Read: The Harvard historian Caroline Elkins stirred controversy with her work on the crushing of the Mau Mau uprising. But it laid the ground for a legal case that has transformed our.
  4. Nov 18,  · The Mau Mau Rebellion was a militant African nationalist movement active in Kenya during the s. Its primary goal was the overthrowing British rule and removing European settlers from the country. The uprising grew out of anger over British colonial policies, but much of the fighting was between the Kikuyu people, the largest ethnic group in.
  5. Mau Mau. BIBLIOGRAPHY. The Mau Mau movement of Kenya was a nationalist armed peasant revolt against the British colonial state, its policies, and its local supporters. The overwhelming majority of the Mau Mau fighters and of their supporters, who formed the “ passive wing, ” came from the Kikuyu ethnic group in Central Province. There was also representation in the movement from the Embu.
  6. Oct 11,  · Mau Mau is a classic card game on your mobile phone screen for two to four players. The game is played against three computer opponents, so that a total of four players can participate in the game. The player may choose in the menu a different number of players (two to four) and select which players should be present. The player's cards are located at the bottom of the screen/5().
  7. The Mau Mau stepped up its attacks on European settlers and Kikuyu, culminating in the attack on the village of Lari in March in which 84 Kikuyu civilians, mainly women and children, were murdered. British troops began to reinforce local forces to try and counter these attacks. The Home Guard.
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