Northern Rhodesia

Northern Rhodesia became the independent republic of Zambia in 1964. 

 
 
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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. ...

 

SIR OLIVER LEESE VISITS 11TH EAST AFRICAN DIVISION... (1945)

Lieutenant-General Sir Oliver Leese, commander Allied Land Forces South East Asia (ALFSEA), visits 11th East African Division.

At an ...

 

STORY OF KASOMA (1944)

A young man leaving his village to work in copper mines of Northern Rhodesia; emphasis on contrasts between traditional and ...

PLAINSMEN OF BAROTSELAND

PLAINSMEN OF BAROTSELAND (1943)has video enhanced entry

Colour documentary showing the migration of a Barotse tribe from Mongu to Limulunga during the seasonal floods.

The film opens with ...

 

WHAT AMON OWES TO CHIPEMBI (1943)

A look at the work done at the Chipembi Institution in Northern Rhodesia, beginning with a journey to reach it ...

 

AMONG THE WOMEN OF THE COPPERBELT (1942)

The work of the United Missions in the Copperbelt at Mindolo and Nkana, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia).

Title and credits. The undeveloped ...

 

WITH THE LMS IN CENTRAL AFRICA. FESTIVAL WEEK AT THE... (1940)

Depicts scenes from Festival week at the London Missionary Society Girls' Boarding School, Mbereshi, to celebrate the first 25 years ...

 

WITH THE LMS IN CENTRAL AFRICA. LIFE AT THE BOYS' BOARDING... (1940)

Depicts the work of the London Missionary Society at the Boys' Boarding School, Mbereshi, N. Rhodesia - a teacher training ...

 

ROAN. SANITATION (1939)

Amateur footage of an African village (probably Mufulira) built for factory workers. Sanitation conditions, European housing and recreation facilities

 

DUG-OUT CANOES (1938)

INSTRUCTIONAL. How men of the Barotse tribe make and use a dug-out canoe.

Two Africans begin to fell a tree with ...

 

MUFULIRA HOSPITAL 1937 (1937)

Amateur footage of scenes in and around Mufulira Hospital, Northern Rhodesia.

 

MUFULIRA 1935 (1935)

Amateur footage shot in Mufulira, Northern Rhodesia, showing how the mine and the community have developed since 1930