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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    A captured Japanese machine gun is evaluated by British troops for record purposes at Pauktabin, Burma.

    A Japanese Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun, ...

     
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    CARGOES 1940

    INTEREST. Opening shot of the cargo ship, the "Ionian" lying in bay at Gibraltar. The cargo is unloaded and the ship prepares to sail. The furnace is stacked up and the engineer tests the oil-level. The ship sails on from Gibraltar to Malta. ...

     
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    CARIBBEAN 1951 has video enhanced entry

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    A film depicting the Caribbean islands - West Indies, British Guiana and British Honduras - and highlighting the traditional customs and songs, before showing the modern developments and welfare services available.

    The film opens ...

     
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    Scenes in the Caribbean islands including footage of harvesting and industry. Interior shots of a bottling factory and loading products for export at the docks.

     
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    Scenes of life in British Guiana; includes aerial footage of the waterfalls in the Guiana Highlands, clearing forested land, a factory and heavy industry, panning gravel from a river, village scenes.

     
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    Great Britain

    Travelogue of Jamaica.

     
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    COLLECTION OF ROYAL NAVY PROJECTION PRINTSGB

    Film showing the Royal Navy survey ship HMS Vidal carrying out survey work in the West Indies; also features the vessel's return to Chatham, Kent.

     
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    The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's five-week tour of the Caribbean, in February 1966.

     
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    Film on the famous Trinidad Carnival.

     
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    1) Native troops (in Northern Nigeria?) parading at small barracks or guardpost; 2) Africans along a road; 3) river with waterfalls; 4) aerial shots of landscape; 5) white men erecting or standing at some kind of aerial; 6) teaparty in garden with ...

     
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    1947: 1) Dead person (possibly male), surrounded by family members; 2) Northern Nigerian scenes in modern area; 3) various shots of people relaxing, mostly whites; 1942: 4) Assob Falls(?) swimming scenes; African boys and young men in a kind of Church ...

     
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    Central or Northern Nigeria: Jos Plateau; children in village and guinea corn; baby bathed on gourds; pounding maize; giving baby a drink; portraits of women and men with face scars; grinding corn with rocks; demonstrating spade and digging; boy with ...

     
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    1) Shot of a village by a lake taken from a moving train (?) in Africa; 2) shot of a river and river bank with palm trees, etc. possibly taken from a moving platform, or a boat on a river; 3) shots of native boats travelling on river, in the day and at ...

     
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    North-east Nigeria or Cameroons: 1) Big game on the veldt; 2) two people riding; 3) Africans killing dogs, slitting their throats and collecting the blood; 4) a dog being burnt. The background is rocky, hilly scenery; 1945: 5) African woman in a ...

     
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    1945: 1) Maize, guinea corn (sorghum) growing; 2) native gathering with dancing; (young men being beaten - Sharo Festival); 3) building a house; 4) African medicine man, dancing on Jos plateau, Nigeria, or eastward; 5) possibly an agricultural ...

     
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    North-east Nigeria: 1) African village; 2) girl pounding grain; 3) making scar decorations on a boys back; the operation is watched by a crowd of on-lookers; 4) village: mud huts with thatch; 5) wide scenic shots with scattered farmsteads; 6) building ...

     
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    I. Hawker Sea Fury 098 takes off from Illustrious Class aircraft carrier. Safety barrier lifts behind aircraft.

    II. Camera pans to follow small formations and individual Firefly aircraft as they fly past aircraft carrier.

    III. Flight deck ...

     
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    Great Britain

    Comedy set in 1900 in Africa, an ornithologist gives a lantern lecture to the Royal Society, describing his African expedition in search of the rare Oozulum bird.

     
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    India, in 1895.

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    A small airstrip is built at the remote village of Saizang, 8 miles south west of Tiddim, Burma, and British and American light aircraft use it to ...

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    Light aircraft of the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) evacuate casualties of 11th East African Division from Yazagyo, Burma.

    A USAAF L-5 ...

     
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    Naval publicity and recruitment film.

    The hero, Terry Gardner, is discontented with his job on a building site, where the Welsh foreman restricts him to the menial role of tea boy. Terry decides to join the Navy, ...

     
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    Travel short about a Merchant Navy engineer who calls at Hong Kong, Bangkok and other Eastern cities prior to accepting a berth in the Orient.

     
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    The rising standard of health of the native communities of East Africa brought about by improved methods of cattle farming.

    The film was produced from Animal Husbandry (1948)

     
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    Central African Federation

    Depicting life on a cedar plantation in Central Africa, showing the nursery, pine tree plantation, pest control, trout fishing and wild plants and flowers.

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    The 1st Battalion 11th Sikh Regiment celebrate their centenary with a formal presentation of new colours at Kuala Lumpur, with Lord Mountbatten, the ...

     
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    TELEVISION NEWSREELGreat Britain

    Survey on resources of Northern and Southern Rhodesia, natural and human. Scenes in Lusaka and Salisbury. Southern Rhodesian delegation arrives in London for conference on future of the Rhodesia.

     
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    An outline of the campaign in Burma from the abortive Japanese 'March on Delhi' offensive of 1944 to the Allies' recapture of Mandalay and Rangoon in May 1945.

    The visual material is compatible with (rather than an ...

     
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    Life in a town in Rajputana is shown, with shots of temples, markets, busy streets and means of transport. Closing with a sequence of the interest taken by the people of their ruler.

     
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    INDIAN ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARIndia

    Shot by Lieutenant Abbas: Indian troops line a road as General Slim's jeep passes, followed by a second. Gurkha (?) troops at the roadside. Jeeps drive away from camera towards ...

     
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    TOWARDS BARUYA MANHOOD

    About the building of the ceremonial a house used by the Baruya of the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea in their male initiation ceremonies.

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    Allied troops take part in a ceremonial parade in Bangkok, capital of Siam (Thailand), with His Majesty the King of Siam and Lord Louis Mountbatten, ...

     
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    POST-WAR NAVAL OPERATIONS - SOUTH EAST ASIAGB

    Steampast in line ahead by ships of the Royal Navy, Commonwealth Strategic Reserve, and Royal Fleet Auxiliary.

    Reel One. Aerial LSs of the steampast. Spectators stand on the ...

     
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    TOWARDS BARUYA MANHOOD

    Initiation ceremonies among the Baruya tribe.

     
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    TOWARDS BARUYA MANHOOD

    Initiation ceremonies among the Baruya tribe.

     
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    TOWARDS BARUYA MANHOOD

    Shows the male initiation ceremonies of the Baruya of New Guinea.

     
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    BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WARGB

    After victory over the Japanese in the battle for Fort Dufferin, Mandalay, Burma Lieutenant-General W J Slim takes part in a flag raising ceremony in ...

     
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    POST-WAR NAVAL OPERATIONSGB

    Royal Marines at Gibraltar, February 1954.

    Part 2 contains scenes of Lieutenant-General Sir Gordon H A McMillen (the Governor General of Gibraltar) and aides-de-campe crossing by jackstay ...