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Lecture Reading: Lecture 14

Hal Brands, ‘Wartime Recruiting Practices, Martial Identity and Post-World War II Demobilization in Colonial Kenya’, Journal of African History, 46, 1 (2005), pp.103-24.Further reading: David Anderson & David Throup, ‘Africans and Agricultural Production in Colonial Kenya: The Myth of the War as a Watershed’, Journal of African History, 26, 4 (1985), pp.327-45. Michael Crowder, ‘The Second World War: Prelude to Decolonization’, in Michael Crowder (ed.), The Cambridge History of Africa: Volume 8 From c. 1940 to 1975 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 1984), pp.15-53. Michael Crowder, ‘Africa Under British and Belgian Domination, 1935-45’, in Ali Mazrui (ed.), UNESCO General History of Africa: Volume VIII Africa Since 1935 (James Currey, Oxford: 1999), pp.76-101.

David Killingray, ‘African Voices from Two World Wars’, Historical Research, 74, 186 (2001), pp.425-43. John Lonsdale, ‘The Depression and the Second World War in the Transformation of Kenya’, in David Killingray & Richard Rathbone (eds), Africa and the Second World War (St Martin’s Press, New York: 1986), pp.97-142. Nicholas Westcott, ‘The Impact of the Second World War on Tanganyika, 1939-49’, in David Killingray & Richard Rathbone (eds), Africa and the Second World War (St Martin’s Press, New York: 1986), pp.143-59. Luise White, ‘Prostitution, Identity, and Class Consciousness in Nairobi during World War II’, Signs, 11, 2 (1986), pp.255-73.