Southern Rhodesia/Rhodesia

Southern Rhodesia declared independence unilaterally as Rhodesia in 1965. It achieved formal independence as Zimbabwe in 1980. 

 
 
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"ASTURIAS" TOUR (1927)

ACTUALITY. A record of a visit to South Africa by a group of American tourists during a world tour on ...

 

ACHIEVEMENT IN AFRICA (1960) enhanced entry

An account of the contribution made by the Imperial Tobacco Company towards raising the living standards of many thousands of ...

 

AFRICA (1932)

HOME MOVIE. Amateur footage of various localities in Africa, including Victoria Falls and possibly South Africa.

Victoria Falls. Men in pith ...

 

AFRICA (1931)

TRAVELOGUE. 1920s footage of African wildlife with added commentary and Ravel's Bolero.

Wildlife - zebras, ostriches; ostrich shot by man in ...

 

AFRICA SPELLS ADVENTURE (1959)

Standard tourist film about the Federation of Rhodesia & Nyasaland.

 

AFRICA: A RHODESIAN VILLAGE (1954)

INSTRUCTIONAL. View of the village belonging to the Mashona tribe. Cattle and goats are herded through the village. Children play. ...

 

AFRICAN BOMA (1931)

Wildlife safari to Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) and Portugese East Africa (Mozambique).

 

AFRICAN BUILDS A CANOE (1950)

INTEREST. Two natives of Southern Rhodesia chop down a tree and make a dug-out canoe from a section of the ...

 

AFRICAN BUILDS HIS HOME (1950)

Natives of the Mashona tribe build a hut from wooden poles, grass and mud, and a family is then seen ...

AFRICAN NURSE

AFRICAN NURSE (1948)has video

Illustrates the life and training of an African Nurse. Girls apply to the Methodist Hospital at Ituk Mbam to train ...

 

AFRICAN TOUR OF AN UPPER MIDDLE CLASS RURAL FAMILY (1928)

INTEREST. Amateur film showing Cape Town, the Table Mountain, Kimberley Mine, Bulawayo, Pretoria, Durban, Victoria Falls, and the Zambezi river. ...

 

AIR STRIKE (1965)

Demonstration of the ability of the R.R.A.F. to attack a target with a number of different levels of ferocity.