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BLACK OASIS (1966)

DOCUMENTARY. A report by Bill Grundy and Chris Kelly from Basutoland shortly before it became the independent state of Lesotho ...

 

BLACK POD (1955)

Cocoa plantations in the Gold Coast (Ghana) and how they are affected by insects and the negligence of farmers.

 

BLACK TENT (1956) enhanced entry

An army captain wanders, wounded, into a Bedouin tent, and is nursed by the Sheik's daughter, whom he marries.He returns ...

 

BLAZING THE TRAIL (1927) enhanced entry

Documentary on the Gold Coast, showing the building of a new harbour at Takoradi, and the construction of roads and ...

 

BLOOD TRANSFUSION TO WEST AFRICAN TROOPS ON RAMREE... (1945)

At 30 West African Field Dressing Station at Kyaukpyu, volunteers from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines give ...

 

BLUEJACKETS' FIELD GUN DRILL AT DURBAN (1898)

ACTUALITY. Military exercise in Durban, South Africa.

Small groups of naval ratings bring their guns into position, fire, unlimber them and ...

 

BOERS BRINGING IN BRITISH PRISONERS (1900)

RECONSTRUCTION. Cavalrymen dressed as Boers escort a number of men wearing kilts towards and past the camera. One or two ...

 

BORDER HIGHLANDS (1956)

A colour travelogue intended to encourage tourists to visit the Eastern Districts of Rhodesia.

The film shows the the great ...

BOY KUMASENU

BOY KUMASENU (1952)has video enhanced entry

A story of transition within the Gold Coast, as the boy Kumasenu moves from a small fishing village to the ...

 

BOYCOTT AFRICA TODAY (1960)

PROPAGANDA. A Party Political Broadcast for the Labour Party introducing various speakers from different parts of Africa, introduced by Woodrow ...

 

BREAD MAKING - METHOD USED BY ARAB AND SOMALI SEEN... (1935)

INTEREST. The method of breadmaking used by the Arabs and Somali, seen at Gobuen. Grinding, Indian corn between two round ...

 

BREAKING POINT (1971)

The film looks at the punishment received by Rhodesians and South Africans who talked to World in Action in 'Goodbye ...