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In the 19th century, concentration camps were established in Kenya by the United Kingdom.

In the 19th century, concentration camps were established in Kenya by the United Kingdom.

In Africa, in the 19th century, due to the British role in European imperialism in Africa, 10% of the continent was under European rule. This percentage remained the same until 1876, and from 1900, this figure increased to 90% of the territory.

The area that corresponds to today’s Kenya was occupied by England during that period, and after that, many anti-imperialist movements started organizing in the country to oust the British. A good example of this is the Mau Mau Rebellion of 1952.

According to Vitor Soares, history professor and creator of the Historia em Mea Hora podcast, many died during the uprising, and hundreds of thousands were sent to concentration camps. These camps included forced labor, torture and humiliation.

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The professor also claims to be the grandfather of the former president Barack Obama,Hussein Onyango Obama, was in one of these camps and says he was tortured. Second Hussain, The guards at the scene stuck needles in his nails and buttocks.

Vitor source Aventuras na Historia presents Desventuras na Historia promoted by Portal, available on major audio streaming platforms. The history teacher has amassed over 30,000 followers on her TikTok profile.

Watch the full video Vitor source Below:

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