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BLACK TENT (1956) enhanced entry

An army captain wanders, wounded, into a Bedouin tent, and is nursed by the Sheik's daughter, whom he marries.He returns ...

 

MANDALAY - RANGOON (1947) enhanced entry

Scenes of post-war Burma. The funeral procession is most likely that of Bogyoke Aung San (leader of the ...

 

BASUTO TROOPS ON ACTIVE SERVICE (1945) enhanced entry

A film made for African audiences showing how Basuto troops are occupied in the Allied cause.

A title reads 'Middle East: ...

 

BRITISH AND INDIAN TROOPS LIBERATE RAMREE TOWN (1945) enhanced entry

On Ramree Island off the Arakan coast of Burma, local civilians welcome British troops, who go sightseeing with ...

 

BURMA VICTORY (1945) enhanced entry

Film about the Allied victory in Burma.

Introduction briefly outlines the geography and climate of Burma, and the extent ...

 

COLOUR FILM SCENES IN KENYA (1945) enhanced entry

START 10:00:03 Views of dry savannah country in Kenya where two giraffes are seen roaming. Five white hunters turn up ...

 

FEEDING OF THE POOR IN RANGOON (18/10/1945) (1945) enhanced entry

Footage showing the feeding of the poor as part of the Buddhist Festival of Lights in Rangoon, shortly ...

 

FIJI RETURN (1945) enhanced entry

Incomplete version (the beginning is missing) of a film about the return home of Fijian soldiers who took ...

 

FORTRESS CEYLON (1945) enhanced entry

A view of Ceylon towards the end of the war, looking back over the period of defensive war, ...

IN RURAL MAHARASHTRA

IN RURAL MAHARASHTRA (1945)has video enhanced entry

Scenes of the life of a farmer and his family in Maharashtra during the changing seasons of the year.

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 135 (12/10/1945) (1945) enhanced entry

I. "SIR SHENTON THOMAS REUNITED WITH WIFE AFTER 3 AND A 1/2 YEARS OF JAPANESE INTERNMENT". At Calcutta airport, Sir ...

 

INDIAN NEWS PARADE NO 136 (19/10/1945) (1945) enhanced entry

I. "THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Karachi Contact Club, Pola Festival, Nagpur - Police Investiture". Sir Hugh Dow, Governor of Sind, ...