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    Film of a Cheshire Home in Port Moresby, New Guinea.

     
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    Mission work in Papua New Guinea.

     
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    Conditions faced by a team of explorers looking for oil. Principal locations Persian Gulf, Canada, Papua, Zanzibar, Trinidad.

     
  • PAPUA PATCHWORK

    Outlines the history of the London Missionary Society Papua mission, with reference to the missionary James Chalmers, and the work of the modern mission in the context of Papuan society and culture. Mission stations on the south coast of Papua are ...

     
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    A history of the battles, fought predominantly by Australian troops, to block the Japanese conquest of New Guinea and then to recapture the island.

    A general introduction stresses the conventional military defeats ...

     
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    William Courtenay flew from Port Moresby in New Guinea, to Morotai in the Moluccas Islands, from where the convoy for the invasion of Tarakan departed. He went via Finschhafen, the Schouten Islands and Noemfor Island, in Geelvink Bay off the north- ...

     
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    BRITISH NEWSGreat Britain

    For a detailed shot list, contact NFTVA. Items include:

    GENERAL EISENHOWER TAKES OVER NEW COMMAND SNOWFALL HINDERS EIGHTH ARMY ASSEMBLY LINE ON THE ITALIAN FRONT PAPUANS ON THE WARPATH ELEPHANTS ASSIST OUR WAR EFFORT ...

     
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    Air-to-ground shots of Coral Sea and Owen Stanley mountain range, as aircraft flies from Brisbane to Ward's airstrip at Port Moresby (New Guinea) and then to Dobdura airfield. Australians and Americans deplane. US First Cavalry Division forms up at ...

     
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    Air-to-ground shots over the Coral Sea, flying from Brisbane in Australia to Ward's airstrip, Port Moresby, New Guinea, April 1944. Shot from inside (probably a civilian Short S23 Empire flying boat) aircraft lands on harbour waters and ties up. ...

     
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    (In colour) March 1943. A C-47 lands on airfield (probably Port Darwin). Royal Australian Navy sailors around aircraft. CU on fuselage, 'Guinea Airways - Royal Mail'. With view from the aircraft cockpit, the C-47 takes off. Various air-to-ground ...

     
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    MILNE BAY 1942

    Australia

    Film of action at Milne Bay, which was an almost completely Australian operation and one that dealt a blow to Japanese strategy.

    The film begins by showing ships pouring in supplies. Inland are the first ...

     
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    I. "Pacific Battlefront": A tribute to the endurance of Australian troops engaged in jungle warfare in New Guinea, and to the bushboys who assist them.

    II. "Further Advances in New Guinea": Australians in Papua get support from the Royal ...

     
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    Depicts life in Port Moresby, Papua, including the history of the London Missionary Society mission and its pioneer missionaries, and the current life of the mission.

     
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    This film is a record of two trips by the director to the Torres Strait Islands, and to Papua in 1920-21 and 1922-23.

     
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    ACTUALITY. Titles (2). LS of native dancers, four groups of two men dance backwards and forwards from each other and then dance in a circle. They carry long thin drums which they beat with a stick. A group of natives also look on. (79). Dancers then ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Record of maginogo dancing by men and women of the Koita tribe. In the background a boy attempts to climb a greasy pole (45ft).

    Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by Capt. Francis ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Dance performed by men and women of the Koita tribe, Papua. In the background a boy tries to shin up a greasy pole (46ft) Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by Capt. Francis Rickman Barton ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Lakwaharu men and women from Tupuselei village, Papua, perform a dance (67ft).

    Note: Almost certainly filmed at the "durbar" of the Central Division tribes organised by Capt. Francis Rickman Barton at Port Moresby in 1904.