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France and Africa - Pt 1
Description: A documentary about France's role in Africa in the 1960s (sound is missing)

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Clip #: TFA-139D
Length: 7:20
Year: 1961
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: Africa
Subject: Native Life
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1960s, France, Africa, African independence, New York City, United Nations Headquarters, UN Building, UN General Assembly meeting, Congo representatives, man speaking at podium, aerial coastline, rural landscape and huts, people walking over footbridge, turbulent water, village of huts, native people in traditional clothing, man paddling canoe, houses built on stilts, Charles de Gaulle and men saluting next to airplane, Charles de Gaulle saluting and shaking hands with men, Charles de Gaulle saluting soldiers standing at attention, marching soldiers, African and French dignitary walking together, African people voting, car pov people and cars crossing bridge, port, trucks driving on rural road, aqueduct, train traveling near mountain, African women next to parked Air France airplane, aerial coastline, children leaving school, nurse treating child being held by woman, factories, wood carvers, African tribal masks


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