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(NOT PHOTOGRAPHICALLY NUMBERED) - IBDALI SHEIKH CO-OPERATES.
INTRO: The sheiks of the tribes returning to Radfan are co-operating with Arab and Britain troops to expel the few remaining dissidents from their country. The Ibdalis at the far end of the Wadi Taym still have some dissidents in their mountainous domain. Sheikh of the Ibdalis recently flew a reconnaissance sortie with the Army Air Corps to pinpoint forts being used by the dissidents, as maps of the area can be unreliable and this was the best method of ensuring that house of innocent tribesmen did not suffer.
On Thumier (HQ of remaining RADFORCE) airstrip in Radfan Ibdali Sheikh confers with Federal Government adviser, Army staff officer and Naval pilot attached to RAF liason staff.
Getting into Beaver aircraft of Army Air Corps - same party.
The remainder of the roll (about 50-feet) is devoted to probably very shaky shots of interior of plane, and attempts to film mountain villages during rather tight turns.
(NOT PHOTO NUMBERED). ROYAL ANGLIANS TEND TRIBESMEN.
INTRO: A patrol of the 1st Battalion, Royal Anglian Regiment accompanies their Medical Officer, Capt Leslie Cupple of Glasgow, to a Daibani village in the Wadi Taym where the doctor checks the health of the recently returned villagers. The patrol was lead by Lieut John Keep of Axminster Devon, and previously Felstead, Essex.
RAR patrol driving into village, with doc (in bush hat) in front landrover and meets the sheikh and some of his men who escort him towards the village
Small boy being given medical attention, and food gifts being handed out to villagers.
Cpl Jack Beecham of Boston, Lincs, talking to the sheikh.
Men standing on top of fortified house in village.
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