It's Zanzibar.. (1964)
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AnnotationAbout the celebration of the Proclamation of the Independence of Zanzibar, about the people's life in that country.
Temporary descriptionAfrica. The island of Zanzibar (Tanzania). The town of Zanzibar. December 10, 1963. The proclamation of independence of Zanzibar. A military parade. At the podium, Prince Philip (UK) and the Sultan Seyed Jamshid bin Abdullah. In January 1964. The rally, a demonstration in honor of the victory of the insurrection 12.01. In 1964 and the coming to power of the party "Afro-Shirazi. Is a leader of the Party A. Karume. Interview of President A. Karume (synchronously in Swahili). May 1, 1964. A military parade and demonstration. Vice-Presidents of the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, A. Karume and R. Kavava on the podium. In 1964. Kingdom. City of London. Railway Station. The meeting sent a life-long exile, the Sultan Seyed Jamshid bin Abdullah on the station platform. Correspondents. The island of Zanzibar. 1964. Landscapes. Collection, packaging, transporting harvest coconuts. Manufacturing processes processing copra. Manufacturing of fiber, packaging, transportation. Weaving ropes fiber copra. Fishing boats in the Indian Ocean. Caught and sold fish. Plantations allspice. Warehouses English commercial campaign, engaged in wholesale purchase and sale of carnations. Port. Stevedores at the port. Bazar. Polyclinic. Children at the reception. Nurse gives interviews (synchronously in Swahili). One of the villages. The inhabitants of different sex and age, including 104-year-old Safe Mbaruk Cupid. Adult literacy and children in school (synchronously in Swahili). The selection committee of Peoples' Friendship University named after Lumumba. Applicants. In the composition of the commission Professor PD Erzin and General Secretary of the Party "Afro-Shirazi, S. Kombo. PD Erzin speaking at a radio (synchronously in English). The town of Zanzibar. Streets and buildings. Residents of the city streets. The movement of transport, including cycle-rickshaws. Traffic controller. Nuns. Mail. Police station. Palace of the Sultan. An uprising on Jan. 12, 1964 S. Vashoto tells of the uprising (synchronously in Swahili) in the palace.