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Kenya Pioneer chronicles
By Stephen Mills & Errol Trzebinski
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"Every pioneering family in Kenya had equally fascinating tales to tell and each member of the family many unique anecdotes. Some pioneers were barely in their twenties, holding a common conviction of exchanging an old way life for something new brim-full with promise and opportunity. Their departures from “home” were filled with bustle, panic and a sense of finality; mothers, fiancées and wives mopped their swollen eyes believing that the dark continent would swallow their beloveds whole. A few men did disappear but Africa was honed again and again by those survivors with technical knowhow, who made British East Africa their home."
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By Timothy Snyder
The book is a portray of the horrors of the Rwandan genocide gained from the travels of Philip in Rwanda after the genocide. While its vivid in its description of the suffering of the victims, it does not try to un cover the historical complexities that finally exploded into the genocide.