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Memories of Standard’s bold World War coverage

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The East African Standard now The Standard was the largest newspaper in the British East Africa during and after the World War One.

Memories of Standard’s bold World War coverage

By Renson Mnyamwezi | 2 years ago

Standard Group marks centenary celebrations

Standard Group marks centenary celebrations

Company was listed firm number three of 1918 and shares a common interest with Kenya Railways Corporation, started 122 years ago.

Michael Chepkwony and Titus Too | 2 years ago

WW1 coverage amid neglected memory of brave fallen soldiers

The end of World War 1 was on November 1918, a time that The Standard was incorporated and its bold coverage played out during the train journey

Michael Chepkwony | 2 years ago

Delamere’s love for the African Standard

The paper stated that whenever the interests of the native Africans clashed with those of Asian, European or Arab settlers, those of the Africans shou

Biketi Kikechi | 2 years ago

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