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In 1947, British India was dissolved into two independent states, India and Pakistan.   

 
 
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FOOTBALL MATCH FOR TROOPS: ENGLAND VERSUS SCOTLAND... (1944)

Shot by Sergeant Hammond: wideshots of the game in progress, shot from the back of a lorry, giving a view ...

 

FOOTBALL MATCHES ON THE INDO-BURMA BORDER (5/10/1944) (1944)

Scenes of two football matches on the Indo-Burma border, including England versus Scotland and a local RAF team ...

 

FOURTEENTH ARMY PRESENTS A JAPANESE SWORD TO INDIAN... (1944)

Indian Air Force 1 Squadron is presented with a Japanese sword in recognition for its service to Fourteenth ...

 

FRONTLINE NEWSPAPER (4/1944 ca) (1944)

An edited production by the SEAC Film Unit (British) shows how 'SEAC', the newspaper of South East Asia ...

 

GENERAL SHOTS AFTER CONFERENCE BETWEEN 14TH ARMY COMMANDER,... (1944)

Officers, including Lieutenant-General Slim, from the South East Asia Command gather for a conference in the jungle near ...

 

GENERAL SIR GEORGE GIFFARD INSPECTS TROOPS (4/8/1944) (1944)

General Sir George Giffard, Commander-in-Chief 11th Army Group, inspects his forward troops near Tamu on the Indian-Burmese border.

General ...

 

GENERAL SLIM AT AIRSTRIP, IMPHAL (2/8/1944) (1944)

General William Slim, General Officer Commanding 14th Army arrives at Imphal airstrip and chats to Air Commodore S F Vincent, ...

 

GROUND ATTACK OPERATIONS BY BRISTOL BEAUFIGHTERS OF... (1944)

Scenes of RAF 211 Squadron Bristol Beaufighter ground attack aircraft being serviced before mounting attacks on enemy positions ...

HILLMEN GO TO WAR

HILLMEN GO TO WAR (1944)has video enhanced entry

PROPAGANDA. The way in which Indian hill tribes make contributions to the War effort.

An annual religious festival accompanied by music ...

 

INDIA MARCHES - INDIA DEFENDS (1944)

Newsreel items (mute) including production of India rubber, capture of Tiddim (Burma) and South African Navy at sea.

 

INDIAN AIR FORCE VULTEE VENGEANCE DIVEBOMBERS IN ACTION... (1944)

Scenes Vengeance divebombers of 8 Squadron Indian Air Force in action.

Exterior shot of a building, presumably the briefing ...

 

INDIAN ENGINEER WORKSHOP AND SCENES ALONG THE TIDDIM... (1944)

Scenes at an Indian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers' workshop of 123rd Brigade, 5th Indian Division, and views of ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 39 (1944) (1944) enhanced entry

I. INDIAN AIR FORCE SQUADRON COMMANDERS FOREGATHER AT DELHI

I. INDIAN AIR FORCE SQUADRON COMMANDERS FOREGATHER AT DELHI - ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 55 (1944) (1944) enhanced entry

I. BENGALS SUPPLY AND TRANSPORT SITUATION IMPROVED

I. BENGALS SUPPLY AND TRANSPORT SITUATION IMPROVED - Watching army trucks being ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 56 (1944) (1944) enhanced entry

I. BOMBAY'S GENEROSITY IN A HUMANITARIAN CAUSE

I. BOMBAY'S GENEROSITY IN A HUMANITARIAN CAUSE - A cheque is a ...

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 62 (19/5/1944)

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I. "MR. GANDHI RELEASED" Gandhi is released from the Aga Khan's palace after a year and a half. Initial scenes ...

 

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)

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

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 71 (21/7/1944)

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I. "KHALSAS WINS M.U.C. GOLD CUP" The Gold Cup Final (soccer) in Madras is won by Khalsa College. The match ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 74 (11/8/1944) (1944) enhanced entry

I. "RAILWAYS ENSURE SAFETY FIRST" A passenger train collision with a concrete block, placed across the line, is staged by ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 84 (20/10/1944) (1944) enhanced entry

I. "THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF PRESENTS NEW COLOURS TO THE FOURTH BOMBAY GRENADIERS" The Commander-in-Chief, General Sir Claude Auchinleck, arrives in Bombay ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 88 (17/11/1944) (1944) enhanced entry

I. "THE EMIR OF KATSINA COMES TO INDIA TO SEE HIS WEST AFRICAN TROOPS" The Muslim Emir of Katsina (on ...

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 91 (8/12/1944)

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 91 (8/12/1944) (1944)has video enhanced entry

I. "MUSLIMS WIN BOMBAY PENTANGULAR TOURNAMENT FINAL" Cricket veteran Hardstaff comments "I don't remember a more thrilling match in my ...

 

INDIAN RUBBER (1944)

Natural rubber production in Travancore.