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EAST AFRICAN COLLEGE

EAST AFRICAN COLLEGE (1950)has video enhanced entry

Shot in Uganda, this film deals with the activities of Makerere College, which provides higher education for Africans from all ...

 

EL DORADO (1951)

DOCUMENTARY. The people, resources and industries of British Guiana.

RL.1 Credits (78). A chart showing the location of Guyana, the 'El ...

 

EL DORADO

The geography, peoples and products of British Guiana. A shorter version of the 1951 36 minute film.

FALKLANDS: THE STORY

FALKLANDS: THE STORY (1948)has video enhanced entry

The development of the Falkland Islands dependencies under British administration; the lives of the men stationed there.

 

FAR EAST WAR MAGAZINE NUMBER 1 (1945) enhanced entry

Two items on the logistic aspects of the campaign in Burma: the "bloodless battle" of the latter stages ...

FATHER AND SON

FATHER AND SON (1945)has video enhanced entry

A film which contrasts the old and the new outlooks in Kenya. An elder of a coastal village has a ...

 

FIGHT FOR LIFE (1946)

A film which shows the primitive conditions of the people of the northern region of the Gold Coast. It shows ...

 

FIJI RETURN (1945) enhanced entry

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

FOOD FROM THE EMPIRE

FOOD FROM THE EMPIRE (1940)has video enhanced entry

Film showing the food contributions supplied to Britain by various colonies and dominions.

Although more land has been given ...

 

FOUR MEN WENT TO SEA (1972)

Film showing the variety of roles in the Royal Navy by illustrating four seamen, each working in a ...

 

Giesler Collection: 1: And Gladly Would He Learn (1960)

Film made by the COI for the National Council for the Supply of Teachers Overseas. Shows how African children live, ...

 

HAUSA VILLAGE (1946)

Life in a village of the Hausa people (Mohammedans), who live in the northern part of Nigeria. The men and ...

 

HELLO! WEST INDIES (1943)

West Indians serving in Britain during World War II talk about their work in the armed forces and in civilian ...

HERE IS THE GOLD COAST

HERE IS THE GOLD COAST (1947)has video enhanced entry

A Central Office of Information film outlining the planned development of the Gold Coast over the next ten years.

Over footage ...

 

INDIA'S NAVY GROWS (1941)

A short film on the expansion of the Royal Indian Navy in the 1930s in both shipping and ...

INDIAN BACKGROUND

INDIAN BACKGROUND (1946)has video enhanced entry

Political and social life in India.

Credits. Crowd of Indians. Commentary states that among the contradictions of India a new ...

 

INDIAN EDITORS AT HYDE PARK HOTEL (1918) enhanced entry

Arrival of the editors of leading Indian newspapers, on a goodwill tour run by the Ministry of Information, ...

 

INDIANS IN ACTION (1942)

A brief picture of the training of India's army and a record of its service overseas through the ...

 

INTRODUCING EAST AFRICA NO 2 (1950) enhanced entry

Government information film on East Africa.

A brief historical survey introduces the foreign racial elements - Arab, European and ...

 

KARIBA - POWER FOR CENTRAL AFRICA (1960)

The construction of the Kariba Dam; opening by Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother 17/5/60; removal of wildlife from the affected area ...

 

LOOKING AFTER THE NAVY (1971)

The rle of medical staff in the Royal Navy.

The various kinds of medical staff in the Navy are ...

 

MALTA CONVOY (1943)

This film describes the adventures of the famous convoy to Malta in August, 1942. It shows some general views of ...

MALTA GC

MALTA GC (1943)has video enhanced entry

Film about the Axis air offensive against Malta.

British supply effort, upon which the island is dependent, is rendered ...

 

MORNING ON MOUNT KENYA (1960)

'Adventure' film and indirect recruiting appeal for the British Army.

Two soldiers, Jeff Woodley and Kip Dormer, relax with ...