Nigeria

Nigeria gained independence from the British Empire on 1 October 1960. 

 
 
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CHIEFS OF THE EASTERN REGION AT ENUGU, (1959)

ACTUALITY. Local chieftains at an official function in Nigeria.

 

COCOA FROM NIGERIA (1949)

The work of a cocoa farm in southern Nigeria. On a cocoa farm in southern Nigeria, ripened pods are cut ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE 20 (1948)

An athletics meeting, concentrating on the Nigerian athletes, at Hotspur Park for the annual Challenge Cup and a reception of ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.10 (1947)

Inter-colonial sports. Nigeria v Gold Coast at Lagos 1947.

'Inter-Colonial Sports Nigeria v Gold Coast, Lagos 1947'. The police ground Ikoyi, ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.14 (1947)

Agriculture in a Nigerian African school. Wales. Colonial students meet young farmers at Lampeter. London. Malayan students at a Colonial ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.23 (1948)

Nigeria: Palm oil mill. A modern method of palm oil extraction. Gold Coast: Houses to last. A quick and inexpensive ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.27 (1949)

Gold Coast. A new fish-canning industry which has been started at Osu.London. African students visit the Fire Brigade H.Q. and ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.28 (1949)

'Nigeria - Akeredolu the Woodcarver' Mr Akeredolu carving human figures using thorn tree wood. Small heads and models. Larger heads ...

COLONIAL MONTH

COLONIAL MONTH (1949)has video enhanced entry

Coverage of the Colonial Exhibition in Oxford Street held during Colonial Month in the summer of 1949 to 'spread the ...

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN AWGU DIVISION, NIGERIA (1949) enhanced entry

A survey of various community development projects, connected with housing, health, irrigation and transport organised by individual villages with the ...

 

CONJOINED TWINS OF KANO (1954)

Record of the operation to separate the Siamese twins from Africa.

 

CROSSING THE GREAT SAHARA (1924) enhanced entry

Angus Buchanan's expedition to the Sahel region of the Sahara in 1922-23. Includes Sir Hugh Clifford and the Executive Council ...