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France and Africa - Pt 2
Description: A documentary about France's role in Africa in the 1960s (sound is missing)

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Clip #: TFA-139E
Length: 20:15
Year: 1961
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: Africa
Subject: Government
Original: 35mm
1960s, France, Africa, African independence, school, African children sitting at school desks reading and talking to teacher, African man reading L'Homme Nouveau newspaper, man and adjusting dials in control room, radio station, woman striking gong and speaking into microphone, University Bookstore, man pointing out book for clerk to take out of bookstore window display, books in bookstore window display, African men looking at Culture Center window display, African people reading in library, Dakar, Senegal, University of Dakar, professor lecturing African students, motorcade passing on street past natives in traditional clothing, Charles de Gaulle standing in car and saluting natives, crowds watching procession of Charles de Gaulle and dignitaries walk on street, Charles de Gaulle giving speech, cars and bicyclist traveling on road, people walking on road, people paddling canoes, people in traditional clothing, people voting, map of Africa, aerial cityscape, procession with people in traditional clothing and men playing drums, people cheering and clapping hands on sidelines as Charles de Gaulle passes by, soldiers standing at attention, government meeting, native women in traditional dress, Charles de Gaulle sitting next to African dignitary, men paddling in long canoes, dignitaries watching events, natives in traditional clothing playing drums and dancing, Charles de Gaulle shaking hands with African dignitary on stage, onlookers applauding, Charles de Gaulle speaking, woman wearing Fifth Republic dress, aerial cityscape, procession, dignitaries giving speeches, woman in traditional dress dancing, African map, dignitaries watching African dignitary give speech, soldiers marching on street, Saint Cyr Coëtquidan, Saint Cyr Coetquidan, Ecole Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr, man drawing with compass on chalkboard, cadets seated at desks and writing, man studying at desk, cadets kneeling for supervising officer who places plumed kepi hat on his head, soldiers shaking hands, people waiting on line outside building, Ivory Coast presidential elections, Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Felix Houphouet-Boigny waving as he walks into building, Felix Houphouet-Boigny entering voting booth and casting ballot into box, people casting ballots, voting, National Assembly Elections, assembly meeting, Felix Houphouet-Boigny speaking from podium to general assembly, government buildings, Palais de Justice, Assemblee Nationale du Congo, Congo National Assembly, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Senegal, government meeting, woman bringing man seated at desk paperwork to sign, woman using typewriter and man working at desk, Foyer de la Femme, women doing crafts and reading, teacher instructing male students seated at desks, men walking on tarmac and boarding airplane, airplane taking off, Paris, France, Eiffel Tower and Seine River, Place de la Concorde, teacher pointing to chalkboard, men seated at desks watching teacher and writing, people handing flyers to people exiting building, Permanent Secretariat of the Conference of First Ministers, procession on street, government meeting with Presidents of African countries, Joseph Kasa-Vubu, Félix Houphouët-Boigny, Felix Houphouet-Boigny, Philibert Tsiranana, Léopold Sédar Senghor, Leopold Sedar Senghor, François Tombalbaye, Francois Tombalbaye, men leaving building and standing outside talking / looking at books

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