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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    I. 21 December. Opening with shots of African sappers unloading folding boats from a truck, the film shows the men working the winch and then carrying road bearers past the camera. The camera introduces ...

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    82nd West African Division move their headquarters to the banks of the Dalet river, about a mile north east of the village of Tamandu, Arakan, Burma ...

     
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    Great Britain

    Tour round a market place in Accra, made from COI material taken in the Gold Coast.

     
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    ACHIMOTA 1945

    Gives a picture of the daily life of men and women native students at Achimota College on the Gold Coast, with a commentary written and spoken by Dr. Julian Huxley.

     
  • AFRICA'S FIGHTING MEN
    Great Britain

    An illustration of the role of African servicemen in the Second World War. The King's African Rifles and the Royal West African Frontier Force are seen on manoeuvres in Ceylon, the Gold Coast regiment are shown building a ferry, and the ...

     
  • AFRICAN CONFERENCE IN LONDON 1948
    Great Britain

    Intended for African audiences, the films shows the opening of the African Conference in London in September 1948 and the visits made by the delegates during their stay.

    Delegates from Africa arrive at Lancaster House. Inside the ...

     
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    Great Britain

    INTEREST. Bead-making and leather-working in West Africa.

     
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    AFRICANS 1930

    Great Britain

    Documentary of the work of missionaries and the growth of Methodism in the Gold Coast (now Ghana), highlighting evangelism, education and agricultural development.

    Reels one and two missing.

    Reel three. Wesley College, Kumasi ...

     
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    '"How better ways of feeding children came to an African village".

    A Story told in the traditional idiom of an African folk tale. Why so many babies die - and what to do about it if you want the babies to live. Foriwa has a baby. Like many women ...

     
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    ASHANTI 1939

    Great Britain

    DOCUMENTARY: Destroyer ship "H.M.S. Ashanti" makes her maiden voyage to Ashanti, the country after which she has been named.

    Credits (31), waves, coastline of the Gold Coast, map of Africa showing Ashanti (62), markets (77) naval ...

     
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    Ghana

    Expert advice given to villagers to plant and grow vegetables for better yield and produce. Very similar to IT PAYS TO SPRAY.

     
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    BLACK POD 1955

    Ghana

    Cocoa plantations in the Gold Coast (Ghana) and how they are affected by insects and the negligence of farmers.