Hong Kong

Hong Kong left the British Empire in 1997, becoming part of China. 

 
 
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RENNIES MILL (1960)

Shot in Hong Kong, the action takes place in the ramshackle settlement of refuge es known as Rennies Mill. Photography: ...

 

WONDERFUL HONG KONG (1960)

Life in Hong Kong.

 

BROOKLYN GOES TO HONG KONG (1959)

Hong Kong and port seen through the eyes of a typical New Yorker.

 

COMMONWEALTH JOURNEY (1959)

The tour of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh to India, Pakistan, Sarawak, Singapore, North Borneo, Hong Kong, the Solomon, Gilbert ...

 

HONG KONG HOLIDAY (1959)

Travelogue on Hong Kong.

ACHIEVEMENT IN HONG KONG

ACHIEVEMENT IN HONG KONG (1958)has video enhanced entry

How the Govt. of Singapore has set about the gigantic problem of housing Hong ko ng's swelling population.

 

VISIT TO SOUTH KOREA, HONG KONG AUXILIARY AIR FORCE... (1958)

Arrival of RAF Hastings. Visit to South Korea during Korean War: take off in Auster, aerial views of devastated Seoul, ...

 

RHYTHM OF HONG KONG (1956)

Documentary on Hong Kong

 

Selkirk Collection: Visit to Japan 1956 (1956)

English garden domestic scenes with dogs. Hong Kong harbour & views of houses on hills surrounding city. Confrontation with Chinese ...

 

CATHAY PACIFIC (1955)

Travel short about a Merchant Navy engineer who calls at Hong Kong, Bangkok and other Eastern cities prior to accepting ...

 

LOVE IS A MANY-SPLENDORED THING (1955)

Romantic drama set in Hong Kong. Story of the ill-fated love of an American correspondent and a Eurasian doctor.

 

THEY STAND READY (1955)

START 10:00:00 Opening titles

10:00:18 Scenes on the quayside at Tilbury Docks as soldiers from various regiments and corps in the ...

 

HONG KONG AUXILIARY AIR FORCE SOCIAL SCENES (1953)

Amateur film shot by Flight Lieutenant Denis "Nick" Nichols prior to becoming training officer to the Hong Kong ...

 

TARGET HONG KONG (1953)

Story of how an American adventurer foils a Red plot to blow up Hong Kong.

 

DUCHESS OF KENT COMES HOME AGAIN TNR 198/52 (1952)

Duchess greeted by Royal Family at London Airport on return from Malaya. Flashback to highlights of tour which included Borneo, ...

 

REPORT ON HONG KONG (1950)

Report on problems of population and labour in Hong Kong. This Modern Age Series no. 34

 

REVIEWING THE YEAR 1949 (1949)

Review of the main events of the year, including signing of Atlantic Pact; end of Berlin blockade; advance of Communism ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.14 (1947)

Agriculture in a Nigerian African school. Wales. Colonial students meet young farmers at Lampeter. London. Malayan students at a Colonial ...

 

'HONG KONG TODAY': REHABILITATION OF HONG KONG AND... (1946)

Part 1, shot on 6 March 1946: Platform sign reads 'Kowloon'. Repeat shot of the sign with pan to a ...

 

COMMANDOS ESTABLISH ANTI-PIRACY POST ON LAMMA ISLAND,... (1946)

A detachment of No.1 Army Commando lands on Lamma Island, a few miles from Hong Kong Island, to ...

 

HONG KONG TODAY (1946/02/22) (1946)

Reel 1: Shot looking through a set of gates towards a large white building (probably Government House); a sentry is ...

 

MARCH PAST OF 'BRINDJAP' FORCES IN HONG KONG (1946-03-23) (1946)

In Hong Kong, British and Indian troops of the so-called 'Brindjap' force, bound for the occupation of Japan, ...

 

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. ...

 

VISIT TO HUNAN (1946)

Journey to Hunan, China. Followed by aspects of Chinese life. The work of the Methodist hospital at Shaoyang and their ...

 

A DAY PASS IN HONG KONG (21/10/1945) (1945)

RAF airmen, stationed at Kai Tak aerodrome, enjoy a day off work in Hong Kong.

Landscape view of Kai ...

 

AIR CHIEF MARSHAL SIR KEITH PARK VISITS HONG KONG (26/10/1945) (1945)

Air Chief Marshal (ACM) Sir Keith Park, Air Commander-in-Chief South East Asia Command, visits Hong Kong.

A bare-metal RAF ...

 

BRITISH NEWS NO. 280 (COLONIAL VERSION) (1945)

For a detailed shotlist, contact NFTVA. Items include THE OCCUPATION OF TOKYO AND HONG KONG JAPANESE SURRENDER OF HONG KONG ...

 

BRITISH VERSUS CHINESE FOOTBALL MATCH IN KOWLOON (2/11/1945) (1945)

A football match is played at King's Park, Kowloon, between a team from No. 44 Commando Royal Marines ...

 

ENTRY INTO HONG KONG: VIEWS FROM HMS GLENGYLE (11/9/1945) (1945)

HMS Glengyle, an infantry landing ship carrying men of 3 Commando Brigade, makes its way towards Hong Kong.

View ...

 

HONG KONG'S 'V-DAY': CELEBRATION PARADE IN HONG KONG... (1945)

Victory parade and celebrations in Hong Kong after the surrender of Japanese forces and its liberation by British ...

 

IDENTIFICATION OF JAPANESE WAR CRIMINALS AT HONG KONG... (1945)

Local Chinese civilians take part in an identity parade in order to identify Japanese troops suspected of war ...

 

JAPANESE INTERNEES AT WORK AT KAI TAK AIRSTRIP (27/9/1945) (1945)

Japanese internees arrive at Kai Tak airstrip, Kowloon, Hong Kong, for a day of labour under RAF supervision.

Two ...

 

JAPANESE PRISONERS OF WAR AT KOWLOON (15/9/1945) (1945)

Following the surrender of their country, Japanese troops are interned in prison camps in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Interior shots ...

 

JAPANESE PRISONERS UNLOADING SUPPLIES AT KOWLOON DOCKS... (1945)

Surrendered Japanese troops are put to work unloading ships at Kowloon docks near Hong Kong.

Seated Japanese troops; a ...

 

JAPANESE SURRENDER OF HONG KONG (16/9/1945) (1945)

At Government House, Hong Kong, senior Japanese officers surrender the territory to British officers led by Admiral Sir ...

 

JAPANESE SURRENDER OF HONG KONG (16/9/1945) (1945)

Admiral Sir Bruce Fraser, 1st Baron Fraser of North Cape, commander of the British Pacific Fleet, arrives at ...

 

JAPANESE WAR CRIMINALS IMPRISONED IN HONG KONG (28/9/1945) (1945)

Suspected Japanese war criminals are imprisoned at Stanley prison, Hong Kong.

The gates of Stanley prison slide open as ...

 

MEN OF THE CHINESE ARMY MARCH THROUGH HONG KONG (1945) (1945)

Units of the National Revolutionary Army (Chinese Nationalist army) march through Hong Kong.

A crowd of Chinese civilians is ...

 

NO. 5 COMMANDO ROUNDING UP JAPANESE TROOPS AT FANLING... (1945)

British troops of No. 5 Army Commando round up Japanese troops at Fanling, 20 miles from Kowloon, before ...

 

RAF 132 SQUADRON AND 7155 ECHELON SAIL TO HONG KONG... (1945)

RAF 132 Squadron and 7155 Servicing Echelon arrive in Hong Kong onboard the Ruler-class escort carrier HMS Smiter.

Members ...

 

RAF REOPEN THE RAILWAY BETWEEN KOWLOON AND LO WU (29/9/1945) (1945)

The reopening of the Kowloon-Lo Wu railway line gets off to a decidedly mixed start, and RAF men ...

 

REAR ADMIRAL HARCOURT VISITS RAF 132 SQUADRON (2/10/1945) (1945)

Rear Admiral C H J Harcourt, Senior British Naval Officer Hong Kong, inspects airmen and aircraft of RAF ...

 

REPATRIATION OF INTERNEES FROM STANLEY CAMP, HONG KONG... (1945)

The first batch of freed civilian internees leave Stanley Camp, Hong Kong, and are evacuated by the Royal ...

 

ROYAL MARINES ENTERTAIN ORPHANS IN HONG KONG; ADMIRAL... (1945)

Marine Wilson plays the bagpipes to a laughing audience of Chinese children sitting on the bonnet of a jeep. Sweets ...

 

ROYAL NAVY MAKES EFFORTS TO RESTORE ELECTRIC POWER... (1945) enhanced entry

I. Sequence showing Kowloon power station, and lines of coolie women carrying logs to the operative boiler. HA.LS onto a ...

 

SECRETARY OF STATE JACK LAWSON VISITS HONG KONG (22/9/1945) (1945)

Lawson and Harcourt at Stanley internment camp where they meet Reverend Sandbach, the superintendent of the camp. They walk through ...

 

SIR KEITH PARK VISITS HONG KONG (1945)

Air Chief Marshal (ACM) Sir Keith Park, Air Commander-in-Chief South East Asia Command, visits Hong Kong with his ...