Eusebio Mbiuki fought in the second world war but was paid a third of white soldiers got
Long before the outbreak of the second world war swept him into Britain’s colonial ranks, Eusebio Mbiuki grew up in the tiny highland village of Mwema, surrounded by plantations of Kenyan tea.
Born in 1918, much of his childhood was spent looking after his family’s small herd of goats, having been forced to abandon school due to lack of money. In his early 20s, Mbiuki heard that a distant war had broken out...
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