Kenya History

Kenya History
Kenya History

During life, it happens that an individual feels the need to come into contact with reality, to develop what is called culture, knowledge.
To arrive at a form of intellectuality, the person in question starts from the elementary bases of knowledge and, enriching them with knowledge of past events, he comes to make real concepts. The history is the main way of knowing, pillar that brings with him a wealth of knowledge.
The human being is a creature subject to self questioning, questions, and, therefore, by looking for answers; It is in his way of being the desire to take part in the events, albeit indirectly.
It frequently happens that a man, arrived at a moment of his life, feels the need to get together and develop a self-awareness; the history makes him the teacher.
It’s just the history to be a great present, and never only a past.
This means that the history is to experience deposit; learning about the past is easier to make a decision or just get an idea about the present and future actions.
The history is a gift: it is thanks to this that men can get rich inwardly and grow; the history sheds light on the past and illuminates the future.
The knowledge of the past is so typical human experience, a propensity that the majority of individuals is brought in as a typical characteristic of being, it is a time of growth and acquisition of knowledge of what was and what time it will be.
The history is the life, the thirst for knowledge and learning, we complete in terms of cultural and inner sight making us citizens of the world.

History is a record of our existence and that of others, as well as being of conservation uses, customs and tradition

             Kenya History:   (When necessary use translators)

Kenya

History of Kenya
History of Malindi
History of Watamu

Zanguebar the land of the Zanj
Kenya: from the tenth to the twentieth century
Sultanate of Kilwa
Swahili people

Vasco da Gama
The Malindi Portuguese
The southern sky toward the 1500
Chinese people in Africa

Gede ruins
The slave trade and slavery
Colonialism
African Holocaust
Uganda Railway
Mau Mau: extermination

Monotheistic Abrahamic religions
Kenya: peoples, tribes, ethnicities
Masai Tribe
Laibon Olonana Ole Mbatian
Ogiek Tribe
Mijikenda Tribe
Kavirondo Tribe

Kenya: provinces, districts, cities
Nairobi
Kibera, Nairobi
Mathare Valley, Nairobi
Korogocho, Nairobi
Mombasa
Lamu
Kisumu

The Great Rift Valley