Mau Mau Chief Captured 1956

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    Nyeri, Kenya.

    GV. Pan, Kikuyu countryside and a village. LV. Roadway and village location of Nyeri district. CU. Captured Mau Mau Leader, Dedan Kimathi laying on stretcher after hospital operation to remove bullet from his buttock. SV. Dedan Kimathi laying on his stretcher, man alongside showing the jacket of leopard skin and cap, worn by Kimathi when he was captured. CU. Cap of leopard skin. Kimathi lying on stretcher in background. LV. & SV. The Assistant Commissioner of Police. SV. Corporal Wanjoni, son of Wansali (left) with tribal policeman Ndirangu (right). Ndirangu, the man who shot Kimathi, being questioned by officials. SV. The two men. CU. Ndirangu, pan to CU. Corporal Wanjoni. LV. Dedan Kimathi lying on stretcher covered with blankets, his hands still in handcuffs. SV. Photographers. SV. Top shot, Kimathi lying on stretcher handcuffed, pan up to Kenya policeman with rifle pan back again to Kimathi lying on stretcher. CU. Kimathi lying handcuffed on stretcher.

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