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Where the Tarmac Ends: To East Africa with Love

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A photo-journalist in Kenya during the 1960s, Margaret Hayes recorded stirring events and met many of the leaders who took Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania into nationhood.

A photo-journalist in Kenya during the “winds of change” period of the 1960s and later, when the East African peoples grasped independence, Margaret Hayes recorded stirring events and met many of the leaders who took Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania into nationhood.

What began in her weekly columns for Kenyan newspapers and magazines has become, in this book, a fascinating social document, chronicling the lives of her family and other people as those countries grappled with immense economic problems.

Hayes also lived in Ethiopia before the reign of Emperor Haile Selassie was ended by revolution and writes interestingly about little-known places there.

Profusely illustrated by her photographs, this book earns a special place in the literature of independence in East Africa.

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