Nigeria

Nigeria gained independence from the British Empire on 1 October 1960. 

 
 
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SPOTLIGHT ON THE COLONIES

SPOTLIGHT ON THE COLONIES (1950)has video enhanced entry

"This is a brief survey of progress made by the British Government in helping forty separate colonial territories to raise ...

SPRINGTIME IN AN ENGLISH VILLAGE

SPRINGTIME IN AN ENGLISH VILLAGE (1944)has video enhanced entry

A young African girl is crowned the May Queen in the village of Stanion, Northamptonshire.

The film opens with shots of ...

 

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 ...

 

THIS IS NIGERIA (1956) enhanced entry

Survey of the peoples, customs and economy of Nigeria.

Travelogue of Nigeria. Includes Kano airport, Kano town - the mosque and ...

THREE ROADS TO TOMORROW

THREE ROADS TO TOMORROW (1958)has video enhanced entry

'Three Nigerian students from different corners of Nigeria come to Ibadan University. While they sit talking in a dance club, ...

 

TIMBER (1955)

The operation of the PWD Sawmill in Nigeria.

 

TOWARDS TRUE DEMOCRACY (1947) enhanced entry

Government film about the opening of the Nigerian legislative council.

(Reels One and Three only viewed). The introduction provides ...

 

TOWARDS WHOLENESS (1952)

Four stories set in Nigeria with the frustration of endeavour as their theme. One deals with the problem of hygiene, ...

 

TRADERS IN LEATHER (1957)

Leather traders in Northern Nigeria. Life, crafts, people, capital Kano, and the £2m export trade in hides and skins on ...

 

TREE OF LIFE (1924)

ACTUALITY. Nigeria (or Belgian Congo?): Lord Leverhulme and his host and hostess, followed by three more European men, walk ...

 

TWILIGHT FOREST (1957)

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

 

UNILEVER MAGAZINE NO.3 (1952)

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

 

UZUAKOLI LEPROSY HOME (1946)

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

 

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 ...

 

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 ...

 

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 ...

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 ...

 

Windle Collection 1-5 (1969)

Scenes in Nigeria, Northern Rhodesia and the UK, 1957-69

Production / Donor Details: The film was shot by Terence Leslie William ...