Nigeria

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

 
 
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NIGERIA : the making of a nation (1960)

An information film on Nigeria, illustrating the advantages of a deliberate and orderly progress to independence.

The film provides ...

 

NIGERIA FIGHTS TUBERCULOSIS (1960)

Dramatised scene: Doctor and patient. The patient is now better unlike his father. The story of the father is told ...

 

NIGERIA GREETS HER QUEEN (1956)

Film of the visit of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh to Nigeria.

 

NIGERIA HAILS HER PRIME MINISTER (1960)

The Ministerial procession at Lagos with the appointment of Nigeria's first Prime Minister, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, on the eve of ...

 

NIGERIA ON STREAM (1956)

BP film featuring footage from Nigeria.

NIGERIA'S FIRST WOMEN POLICE

NIGERIA'S FIRST WOMEN POLICE (1956)has video enhanced entry

The passing out parade of the first Nigerian women's police. Also shows the policewomen on duty.

The commentator introduces 'this historic ...

 

NIGERIA'S NEW CONSTITUTION (1952)

THE ELECTIONS TO SET UP REGIONAL LEGISLATURES IN NORTHERN, EASTERN AND WESTERN NIGERIA; AND THE MEETING OF THE NEW LEGISLATURES ...

 

NIGERIA'S UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (1954)

The planning and building of the University College of Ibadan and its opening ceremony.

 

NIGERIA, BRUCE 1930 (1930)

Amateur film showing native dances, markets and race meetings in Nigeria.

 

NIGERIAN CINEMAGAZINE NO. 1 (1949)

4 stories. NIGERIAN SECOND FESTIVAL OF ARTS. OLYMPIC SPORTSMEN VISIT LAGOS, WEST AFRICA'S FIRST ARCHBISHOP, L.N. BINING. KING'S BIRTHDAY PARADE.

NIGERIAN COCOA FARMER

NIGERIAN COCOA FARMER (1948)has video enhanced entry

The story of Lawani, a Nigerian cocoa farmer and member of a Co-operative Primary Society, who with his son and ...

NIGERIAN FOOTBALLERS IN ENGLAND

NIGERIAN FOOTBALLERS IN ENGLAND (1949)has video enhanced entry

Coverage of the 18 strong Nigerian football team, the first ever to leave West Africa, who played nine matches in ...