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    BRITISH NEWSGreat Britain

    For a detailed shot list contact NFTVA. Items include: AS AIR BLITZ PETERS, BRITAIN AWAITS ISSUE OF INVASION THREAT KING INSPECTS PUBLIC AIR RAID SHELTERS MR MORRISON INSPECTS PUBLIC AIR RAID SHELTERS FIRST RECIPIENTS OF NEW ...

     
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    BRITISH NEWSGreat Britain

    For a detailed shot list contact the NFTVA. Items include: SOUTH AFRICAN ARMY GROWS APACE AIR WAYS AREN'T ALWAYS WAR WAYS BIG BARRAGE YOU NEVER HEAR EDEN VISITS ARMY IN MIDDLE EAST: EGYPT U.S. PILOTS FORM R.A.F. SQUADRON "GRAF ...

     
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    BRITISH NEWSGreat Britain

    For a detailed shot list contact NFTVA. Items include: YOUNG ENGLAND PREPARES CONVOYS CARRY ON PROVINCIAL BUSES HELP LONDON QUEEN VISITS HELP CENTRE TRAINING R.A.F. PILOTS DUCHESS OF KENT AT GREEK SERVICE PIGEONS DO THEIR BIT ...

     
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    BRITISH NEWSGreat Britain

    For a detailed shot list contact the NFTVA. Items include: DUNKIRK BOATMEN HONOURED A SOUTH AFRICA'S HOME GUARD KING RECEIVES A 'DECORATION' ALL IN A CONVOY DAY'S WORK TRAINED IN CANADA ...

     
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    BRITISH NEWSGreat Britain

    For a detailed shot list contact NFTVA. Items include: BRITISH ADVANCE INTO ABYSSINIA BATTLE DEMOSNTRATION BY OUR ARMY LORD HALIFAX LEAVES FOR U.S.A. SOUTH AFRICAN TROOPS MOVE TO BATTLE ZONE MR WILLKIE GREETS US WITH A SMILE ...

     
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    Great Britain

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

    Main title (15). A map of the route (44-57). View from Table Mountain (69-79). Pan of Cape Town ...

     
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    France

    INTEREST. Travelogue.

    Main title. A native family is seen emerging one after another from a mud hut that has a thatched conical roof (4-35); men and boys attend to their cattle and lead them out to pasture (42-131); a boy milks a cow (158). ...

     
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    France

    INTEREST. The journey of a letter from Africa to Paris.

    No main title. An African paddles a reed canoe through a swamp. A letter is attached to a stick in the middle of the canoe (14). On the banks of the Nile, the letter is handed over to ...

     
  • COTTON GROWING IN THE SUDAN c. 1925-1930
    Great Britain

    Filmed on behalf of the British Cotton Growing Association and the Empire Cotton Association, the film shows cotton growing and general conditions in the Sudan in the latter half of the 1920s. The areas covered are Kadugli, Amadi, Mardi ...

     
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    Great Britain

    During a savage Mahdi attack on Barash under Victorian British rule, Richard Baker, thrice demoted sergeant, rescues an English governess, her charge and a callow subaltern. Baker hopes to escape by river to Khartoum but the wreckage of ...

     
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    Great Britain

    Tinted titles. "1B Tulun and Mohammed" "Ali Mosques" "Citadel. Dervishes" "Pyramids. Sphinx" "Luxor, Karnak and Thebes" - street scenes taken from rickshaw. "The Colossi of Memnon" "Assouan - Nile steamer to Abu-Simbel" "Wadi-Halfa" "Sudan ...

     
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    Great Britain

    "Opening of Pump Scheme - Governor and District Commissioners" - British officials, Egyptians, band. "Sudan Defence Force - Kaid Inspecting Passing Out Parade" "Gordon Drake Arthur - Born February 7th, 1951" - baby and ceremony with horses ...

     
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    Great Britain

    9th Sudanese regiment marching across the Omdurman Battlefield. Abu Hamed Railway Station; shipwreck; sandstone quarries at the narrowest part of the Nile. Esvah barrage/dam. Coming down the Nile from Luxor, views of the banks and boats ...

     
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    Great Britain

    The importance of the life-giving waters of the Nile to Sudan and Egypt with property depending on the success of the scheme.

    In 1952 General Film Distributors released the Gaumont-British Instructional production, Focus on ...

     
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    Great Britain, USA

    Adventure story about cowardice versus bravery among British soldiers in the 1880s.

     
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    Great Britain

    Harry Faversham finds himself branded a coward by his friends and family when he resigns his commission before the war campaign against the Sudan uprising.

    The Four Feathers was the fourth film version of A.E.W. Mason& ...
     
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    USA

    DRAMA. A British general is captured by a Mahdi. His daughter, is also imprisoned but escapes and summons the Scottish Highlanders who come to the rescue.

    No main title. General Dent, a British soldier, in his quarters in the Sudan talking to ...

     
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    GB

    Amateur film shot by Lieutenant Commander Geoffrey Phillips Dixon while serving as hydrographer on HMS Dahlia shows work of locally recruited Sudanese naval auxiliaries, sports at Port Sudan, gunnery practice by HMS Lupin and searching stopped dhow ...

     
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    GB

    Amateur film shot by Gerald Selous as British Consul at Basra (1930-1932) and as Commercial Counsellor at Cairo (1933-1938) covers British Imperial Airways Hannibal, construction of dam at Jabal Awliya, White Nile, Sudan ...

     
  • KAR SIGNALS : a film of routine in remote places
    GB (?)

    The King's African Rifles' duties in the northern provinces of Kenya and Uganda are portrayed in a compilation of film and crude animated maps, the film's principle concern being the importance of communication to ...

     
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    Great Britain

    Amateur. A journey from Khartoum, Sudan to Lake Chad.

    Traders in market square selling onions etc Ancient ruins in desert - Egyptian (?) carvings on stonework. Local Sudanese working in corn field. Men with camels and donkeys ...

     
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    Great Britain

    King George V and Queen Mary en route to the Delhi Durbar. They are greeted at Port Said? and attend a military parade at Sinkat, Sudan.

    No main title? "THE KING AND QUEEN DISEMBARK ESCORTED BY LORD KITCHENER THE SIRDAR, SIR REGINALD ...

     
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    Great Britain

    Khartoum and Omdurman, the White Nile, the Fajoli people; Redjaf and Kassala; the Sennar dam and railway development, Port Sudan; the Sultan of Fallata; a ceremonial parade of Arab and Nuba chieftains.