Kenya

Kenya attained independence in 1963. 

 
 
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AFRICAN CRAFTS NO. 1 (1948)

INTEREST. The work of the craftsmen in the Kenyan textile industry and the West African silversmiths and jewellers.

AFRICAN NURSE

AFRICAN NURSE (1948)has video

Illustrates the life and training of an African Nurse. Girls apply to the Methodist Hospital at Ituk Mbam to train ...

 

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (1948)

Good practice in animal husbandry illustrated through the daily life of a Kenyan cattle farmer. He milks cows, delivers milk ...

 

BETTER HOMES (1948) enhanced entry

Near Nairobi, Kenya. Africans build a good permanent house using mainly materials which are available on the spot.

In a local ...

 

R.A.F. PHOTOGRAPHIC SURVEY OF EAST AFRICA TNR 47 (1948)

Newsreel coverage of an RAF photographic survey of East Africa.

 

BRITISH NEWS NO. 391 (1947)

For a detailed shotlist, contact NFTVA. Items include KENYA TATTOO PANDIT NEHRU AT SRINAGAR BRADMAN'S RECORD AT SYDNEY MATCH OUR ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.8 (1947)

Cinemagazine for African distribution. This issue contains items on road building in Kenya and on animals from Kenya at London ...

 

JOURNEY TO ADVENTURE, A FILM CHRONICLE OF CHERRY KEARTON (1947)

Biographical Adventure: The film reconstructs the life of Cherry Kearton. renowned naturalist, traveller and pioneer of cinematography, with excerpts from ...

 

SONS OF SINBAD (1946)

Journeys by dhow from Kuwait to East Africa and back, filmed in 1936-38 and 1946.

 

SONS OF SINBAD: PARTIAL COLOUR ORIGINAL (1946)

ORIGINAL COLOUR FOOTAGE FOR LAST SECTION OF SONS OF SINBAD: EAST AFRICA, SOUTH ARABIAN SHORE, KUWAIT

STORY OF OMOLO

STORY OF OMOLO (1946)has video enhanced entry

A Kenyan villager applies the new methods of agriculture he has learned at Bukura College.

A British voiceover introduces the Bantu ...

 

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. ...