Southern Rhodesia/Rhodesia

Southern Rhodesia declared independence unilaterally as Rhodesia in 1965. It achieved formal independence as Zimbabwe in 1980. 

 
 
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BRITISH CALENDAR NO 65 (1963)

I. The waters of the Zambezi pour through the floodgates of the Kariba Dam in Rhodesia and Nyasaland.

II. Belgian Grand ...

 

BRITISH MOVIETONE NEWS NO.923 (1947)

Includes: redundancies in British factories caused by fuel shortages; British youths emigrating as colonists from Britain to Rhodesia.

 

BRITISH NEWS NO. 25 (1940)

For a detailed shot list contact NFTVA. Items include: LIGHTS OF LONDON AT DUSK MR EDEN IN THE MIDDLE EAST ...

 

BRITISH NEWS NO. 52 (1941)

For detailed shotlist contact NFTVA. Items include: GIBRALTAR DEFENCES HIS MAJESTY SEES PARATROOPERS SINKING OF 'BISMARK' NEW FIGHT FIGHTER OUR ...

 

BULAWAYO STOPOVER (1975)

A travelogue advertising the touristic delights of Bulawayo and district. It includes shots of landscapes in Rhodesia, big game, fishing, ...

 

CALL FROM THE WILD (1962)

A look at wildlife protection in North and South Rhodesia and the developing national parks.

 

CAPE TO CAIRO (1929)

INTEREST. A trip via rail, car and ferry from Cape Town to Cairo, showing the imperial and economic aspirations of ...

 

CAPTIVE RIVER (1960)

Deals with the building of the Kariba Dam, its effect on the people and animals of the Zambezi Valley, and ...

 

CEDAR MOUNTAIN (1958)

Depicting life on a cedar plantation in Central Africa, showing the nursery, pine tree plantation, pest control, trout fishing and ...

 

CENTRAL AFRICA UNDER DISCUSSION TNR 92/52 (1952)

Survey on resources of Northern and Southern Rhodesia, natural and human. Scenes in Lusaka and Salisbury. Southern Rhodesian delegation arrives ...

 

CHALLENGE TO THE COMMONWEALTH (1966)

The emergency meeting of Commonwealth Prime Ministers, held in Lagos, Nigeria at the invitation of the Prime Ministers, held in ...

 

COLONY IN COLOUR (1949)

The beauty of Southern Rhodesia, its expanding agricultural and industrial development and the opportunities it offers for pioneers of today; ...

 

COMMANDOS THREE (1968)

The 1st Battalion of Rhodesian Light Infantry, 3 recruits are followed through basic training.

 

CONSERVATIVE NEWS REVIEW NO. 7 (1952)

Conservative Party newsreel. Cartoon pointing out that there is no age limit for School Certificate entrants. The Commonwealth Conference. The ...

CONSOLING WEED

CONSOLING WEED (1937)has video enhanced entry

Promotional film for Rhodesian tobacco.

The film opens with shots over tobacco fields, before showing African labourers working on the fields ...

 

COSTAIN AT KARIBA (1958)

The construction, by Richard Costain Ltd, of Kariba Heights, a township to house workers employed on the Kariba Dam project ...

 

CRYSTALLISED SUNSHINE (1961)

The sugar industry in Rhodesia, including:- 1960 Bulawayo trade show, the sugar pavillion and the visit by the Queen Mother, ...

 

DAY OF REST (1970)

A description of three of the Christian sects of the Shona and Ndebele immigrants from Southern Rhodesia, who came to ...

 

DEATH LEAVES THE VALLEY (1950)

The control of bilharzia and malaria in Rhodesia.

 

DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA (1957)

Sponsored film showing building and civil engineering schemes in southern Africa.

The film begins in Lusaka, then Rhodesia, and travels through ...

 

DIVIDENDS FROM DIET (1951)

Diet film for employers of African labour.

 

DIVISION (1975)

Discussion on democracy in Australia, Rhodesia, Northern Ireland and particularly India.

 

ELECTIONS FREE AND FAIR (1980)

1980 elections in Rhodesia.

 

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