Tanganyika

Under British rule from 1917, Tanganyika attained independence in 1961. It is now part of Tanzania.  

 
 
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AFRICAN HOME LIFE - TANZANIA (1945)

Ethnic scenes in Tanzania, including agricultural practices; tribal dancing of the Wa Matengo and Wa Nyasa.

AFRICAN PEASANT FARMS - THE KINGOLWIRA EXPERIMENT

AFRICAN PEASANT FARMS - THE KINGOLWIRA EXPERIMENT (1936)has video enhanced entry

INTEREST. The film shows a practical experiment to establish a new African settlement in tsetse-fly country.

The film opens with a ...

 

AT SCHOOL IN TANGANYIKA (1937) enhanced entry

A typical day at a Government Primary School in Tanganyika.

The film opens with a shot of a notice board stating ...

 

BETWEEN TWO WORLDS (1960)

How a college education in Dar es-salaam is changing the lifestyle of Victor Kimeseru, a Masai tribesman from Tanganyika.

 

BRITISH CALENDAR NO. 23 - TANGANYIKA (1961)

DOCUMENTARY. Tanganyika on the eve of independence. An interview with Julius Nyerere.

 

Buckland Collection: Safaris in Tanganyika 1934-1936 (1936)

Scenes in the life of a civil engineer and his family in Tanganyika, including bush safaris and camps.

Production / Donor ...

 

CORONATION TANGANYIKA (1953)

INTEREST. Celebrations in Dar Es-Salaam to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

Cotterell Collection: Life on the Lupa Goldfield, 1920s-1940s

Cotterell Collection: Life on the Lupa Goldfield, 1920s-1940s (1941)has video enhanced entry

Made in 1941, the film is a mixture of amateur actors recreating the early history of the goldfields (1920s) and ...

 

COTTON OF TANGANYIKA (1960)

Shows all stages in the planting, growing, work in the ginner and the buying and selling of cotton.

 

DAY IN THE LIFE OF A MSUKUMA CALLED KINGA MKONO BARA (1937) enhanced entry

A typical day of a Msukuma (Sukuma) man and his family in Tanganyika (now Tanzania).

The film introduces Kinga's home - ...

 

EAST AFRICAN CHIEFS IN COLOMBO (16/6/1945) (1945)

Sixteen African chiefs, the heads of tribes represented in 11th East African Division fighting in Burma, are received ...