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The Gold Coast achieved independence as Ghana in 1957. 

 
 
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82ND WEST AFRICAN DIVISION NEAR TAMANDU (22/3/1945) (1945)

82nd West African Division move their headquarters to the banks of the Dalet river, about a mile north ...

 

ACHIMOTA (1945)

Gives a picture of the daily life of men and women native students at Achimota College on the Gold Coast, ...

 

FAR EAST WAR MAGAZINE NUMBER 1 (1945) enhanced entry

Two items on the logistic aspects of the campaign in Burma: the "bloodless battle" of the latter stages ...

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 139 (9/11/1945)

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 139 (9/11/1945) (1945)has video enhanced entry

I. "AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM ARRIVES IN INDIA". Australians arrive in Bombay for a cricket tour that will take them to ...

 

MEDICAL TREATMENT IN THE FIELD BY 82ND WEST AFRICAN... (1945) enhanced entry

In the jungle around the town of Tamandu, Burma, a field hospital has been set up to look ...

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 ...

a MAMPRUSI VILLAGE

a MAMPRUSI VILLAGE (1944)has video enhanced entry

Opening with a map of the area, the film depicts aspects of village life as local women carry baskets and ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 67 (23/6/1944) (1944) enhanced entry

I. "NATIONAL DEFENCE COUNCIL MEMBERS WITH INDIAN TROOPS IN THE MIDDLE EAST" Touring members of the National Defence Council meet ...

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 70 (14/7/1944)

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 70 (14/7/1944) (1944)has video enhanced entry

I. "WEST AFRICAN'S ROLE IN INDIA'S DEFENCE" West African troops, "toughened by the toughest climate in the world", arrive in ...

AFRICA'S FIGHTING MEN

AFRICA'S FIGHTING MEN (1943)has video enhanced entry

An illustration of the role of African servicemen in the Second World War. The King's African Rifles and the Royal ...

 

the KING AND HIS PEOPLE (1943) enhanced entry

A tribute to the "new Empire of the British Commonwealth of Nations" and more specifically to King George ...