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DM2008090208:EAED:POLITICS:SOCIAL:MAY 1979 – Kimathi Is Caught – Royal Air Force bombers pound the forests. Despite RAF claims, the bombing was almost useless in combating Mau Mau. Frustrated at the failure of their plan to capture the forest fighters by tricking them into the coming out of the forest, the British authorities launched Operation Hammer in 1955. They bombed the forests ceaselessly, and hunted down guerillas with “pseudo gangs” of surrendered guerillas complemented by tribal police and Homeguards. Kimathi, the most sought-after fighter, was finally captured in October 1956. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)

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