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TSETSE (1950)

INTEREST. Tsetse fly and attempts to curb its effect in Africa.

Credits (40). General views of African scrubland south of the ...

 

TURNING POINT IN AFRICA: THE FEDERATION OF RHODESIA... (1963)

Considers the history and economies of the 3 parts of the federation, the differences between the races, and interviews with ...

 

TWILIGHT FOREST (1957)

Tells the story of an industrial enterprise, which showed for the first time how the forest resources of Nigeria and ...

TWO FARMERS

TWO FARMERS (1948)has video enhanced entry

Produced to encourage farmers to take the advice of Government Agricultural Officers, the film compares two black farmers. One is ...

 

TWO GENERATIONS (1955)

The development of the Federation of Rhodesia & Nyasaland from the visions of Livingstone and Rhodes, two generations ago.

 

TWO SALISBURYS (1964)

Compareda and contrasted, Salisbury - Rhodesia and Salisbury - Great Britain.

 

TYPICAL DAY IN THE LIFE OF A KUANYAMA FAMILY (1937)

INTEREST.

r.1 Caption explaining that the householder has two wives. At sunrise, he greets each wife in turn outside her sleeping ...

 

UGANDA SAFARI AND KARAMOJA TRIBE CIRCUMCISION CEREMONY (1954)

Amateur film. The first section of the film includes shots of giraffes, elephants, a river with raging torrents, flowers, the ...

 

UGANDA: GARDEN OF CENTRAL AFRICA (1933)

AMATEUR FILM. Ripon Falls (now damned); native fisheries on Lake Victoria (canoes made of long boards sewn together). The Uganda ...

 

UNHAPPY FAMILY (1959)

Story illustrating the dangers of using the same source of water for bathing, washing and as a toilet. Story centres ...

 

UNILEVER MAGAZINE NO.3 (1952)

three parts:- Animal Feeding Men of the Mersey Matadi Palm

 

UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL 716th MEETING FEB 1956 (1956)

The discussion on the admission of Sudan to the United Nations. Sir Pierson Dixon supports the application as does the ...

 

UP COUNTRY WITH THE SETTLER (1930) enhanced entry

A settler arrives at Mombasa and proceeds by lorry to his future home. The film shows his first herd of ...

 

UP RIVER BY CANOE (1949)

A JOURNEY ALONG THE UPPER ƒZAMBEZI> BY CANOE

 

UZUAKOLI LEPROSY HOME (1946)

The medical work of the Uzuakoli leprosy settlement, and the patients' varied activities.

 

VALLEY BATONKA OF LAKE KARIBA (1966)

A documentary looking at the transfer of the Batonka people of the Zambezi valley to new homes because of the ...

 

VARIOUS SCENES FROM 2ND DIVISION, 5TH INDIAN DIVISION,... (1944)

Part 1: Near Milestone 82 on the Manipur Road a signpost gives the distance to Worcester (5,100 miles, 'no way ...

VETERINARY TRAINING OF AFRICAN NATIVES

VETERINARY TRAINING OF AFRICAN NATIVES (1936)has video enhanced entry

The training of students at the Tanganyika Veterinary Department, Mpwapwa.

The film opens with a line of African men in uniform ...

 

VICTORY PARADE (1946) enhanced entry

Colonial troops in England for the Victory Parade on 8 June 1946.

Colonial troops arrive in Britain for the Victory Parade. ...

 

VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT (1948)

At Udi in Nigeria.

Work goes on in a village. The chief takes other village chiefs on a tour of inspection ...

 

VILLAGE IN TANGANYIKA (1949)

Coffee cultivation around the village of Marangu on the lower slopes of Kilimanjaro.

 

VISIT OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE DUKE AND DUCHESS... (1959)

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Prince Henry and Princess Alice, on a tour of Eastern Nigeria, the Southern Cameroons ...

 

VISIT TO A SHANGAAN VILLAGE (1952)

A town dweller visits his native village and is welcomed back with a tour of the basket maker, a carver, ...

 

VOLUNTEERS FOR SERVICE (1965)

Some aspects of the varied work being done by young volunteers from Britain for Voluntary Service Overseas in social and ...

 

WADI HALFA AND LUXOR - c.1928 - FINLAY PERSONAL FILM (1928)

Wadi Halfa - climbing up hill; view of Delta (?); crocodile ; different types of snakes and scorpians handled by ...

 

WANKIE NATIONAL PARK (1960)

Film abot Wankie national park, showing the park, camps, people game watching, and the game.

 

WAR BALLOON AND TRANSPORT CROSSING THE VAAL RIVER (1900)

ACTUALITY. Boer War. A long line of carts and wagons drawn by mules and oxen crosses the Vaal river - ...

WAR CAME TO KENYA

WAR CAME TO KENYA (1941)has video enhanced entry

Kenya's first two years of war.

Opens with establishing shots - Mount Kenya, wild-life, black schoolchildren, white settlers; maps ...

 

WAR IN ZIMBABWE - CHIMURENGA (1978)

Film shot in Zimbabwe and in a transit camp in Botswana during 1977. Concentrates on the views of ordinary people. ...

 

WAVELL'S 30,000 (1942)

DOCUMENTARY. The Libyan campaign of 1940-41 in which General Wavell defeated the Italian attack on Egypt.

r.1 British military cemetery in ...

 

WE WERE PRIMITIVE (1947)

"Cecil Rhodes brought peace to what is now Southern Africa. The Africans were a primitive people...superstitious and wasteful...". An African ...

 

WEALTH IN WOOD (1954)

The wealth which its timber brings to the Gold Coast.

 

WEALTH OF WEST AFRICA: A VISIT TO A COCOA PLANTATION (1933)

'The Port of Accra- capital of the Gold Coast and Headquarters of one of the Fry Buying Agencies.' Viewed from ...

 

WEAVING IN A GOLD COAST VILLAGE (1948)

How Gold Coast villagers benefit from a modernisation of their methods of weaving.

 

WEAVING IN TOGOLAND (1948)

Students trained at Achimota College in Ghana in modern methods of spinning and weaving pass on their knowledge to a ...

 

WEDDING IN LAGOS, 1936 (1936)

The wedding of Phyllis and John Ticehurst in Lagos, Nigeria on 12 October 1936; the first wedding to be filmed ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[08/12/74] (1974)

Includes, renegotiations on membership of the EEC, and a possible settlement in Rhodesia.

 

WEEKEND WORLD[09/03/75] (1975)

A report on the Consultants dispute in the National Health Serivce.

An interview with Mrs Sarah Morrison - ex-Vice-chair of the ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[12/10/75] (1975)

An interview with Sir Keith Joseph.

A report on the current situation in Rhodesia, including an interview with Prime Minister, Ian ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[14/03/76] (1976)

Rhodesia - do white Rhodesians want a settlement with the black nationalists? Includes an interview with Joshua Nkomo.

The government and ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[18/05/75] (1975)

An interview with James Callaghan about Britain's foreign policy, NATO, Cyprus, Rhodesia, the EEC and the economic situation.

A report on ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[24/02/80] (1980)

A report and analysis of the Rhodesian elections to be held on 4/3/1980 - the first universal suffrage elections.

WEST AFRICA CALLING

WEST AFRICA CALLING (1927)has video enhanced entry

The industrial development of West Africa (probably Gold Coast and Nigeria) under British rule.

West Africa before it was developed; forests ...

WEST AFRICA WAS THERE

WEST AFRICA WAS THERE (1945)has video enhanced entry

Film account of the part played by the 81st and 82nd (West African) Divisions in the third Arakan ...

 

WEST AFRICA'S NEW ARCHBISHOP (1955)

The election and appointment of the new archbishop of West Africa, James Lawrence Horstead of Freetown, Sierra Leone who replaced ...

 

WEST AFRICA, CANARIES, MADEIRA (1938)

Amateur footage by J.N. Jeneid (tour manager with Thomas Cook) of scenes(?) shot in West Africa, the Canaries and Tenerife ...

 

WEST OF ZANZIBAR (1954) enhanced entry

Story of Arab traders' seduction of Galana tribesmen from their peaceful ways and the efforts of a game warden to ...

 

WHAT AMON OWES TO CHIPEMBI (1943)

A look at the work done at the Chipembi Institution in Northern Rhodesia, beginning with a journey to reach it ...