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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

    CINEMAGAZINE(?) London scenes round Fleet Street; a brief dramatised history of the British policeman; tribal dances.

    No title. View across Fleet St with stone arch leading to Middle Temple, the half-timbered Prince Henry's Room half ...

     
  • 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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    GB

    RAF publicity film and travelogue, ostensibly shot be a ground engineer, and amateur cine enthustiast, who also narrates.

    A ground engineer with the Royal Air Force shows some pictures he "has taken recently". Ground ...

     
  • AFRICAN NURSE
    Great Britain

    Illustrates the life and training of an African Nurse. Girls apply to the Methodist Hospital at Ituk Mbam to train as nurses, they take examinations, and after 7 years of training she goes to take charge of a four-bed maternity home ...

     
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    Great Britain

    The opening of the Kano International Airport in Nigeria, 4th may 1947.

    Traditional greetings to visitors. A Comet airplane. Wing Commander Coleman, Director of Civil Aviation, at the official opening ceremony. Inspection of the ...

     
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    Nigeria

    ACTUALITY. The knighting of the Alake of Abeokuta by the Governor General, Sir John MacPherson, in the presence of the Governor of the Western Region, Sir John Regan.

     
  • ANTI-PLAGUE OPERATIONS, LAGOS 1937
    Great Britain

    A record of measures taken against an outbreak of plague in Lagos, followed by footage of welfare exhibitions in Lagos in 1937.

    The film opens with Africans standing outside a corrugated iron hut, with an open sewer running through ...

     
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    Nigeria

    INTEREST: Deals with the work of the Lagos Executive Development Board which was formed in 1946 to plan and develop Lagos. The main problems being reclamation of swamp areas provision of residential areas and slum clearance.

    "Rl.1." ...

     
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    Abbott (Suckling) Collection

    Nigerian troops on parade; family scenes.

    Production / Donor Details: Films shot by Bryan Abbott , who served in the Colonial service in Nigeria after WW2.