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Group of people together with Mr Max speaking
CU soldier listening to May
Max, a young black leader speaking pan to others in the group and McGovern asking questions
Soldier listening pan to group
Automatic gun pan to owner of gun
Various shots of McGovern and Max and others together
Max speaking to McGovern about the Rhodesian settlement
McGovern asking questions
The black soldiers singing, dancing and clapping hands while Max and McGovern approaches them
Max shouting slogans and the men answering
McGovern standing next to Max in front of the soldiers
Soldiers with their hands raised before Max and McGovern
McGovern asking Max
Max puts the question to his men and they reply by lifting their hands
Automatic rifle carried by soldier
McGolvern asks young boy soldier some questions
McGovern and others and Max talking
Soldiers singing and clapping hands, one beats the drum
McGovern walking away with others to the helicopter, shakes hands with Max
McGovern in helicopter
'Let me ask you this, do you think that Bishop Muzorewa, and Mr Smith are closer to the people than say Mugabe, are they closer to the aspirations of the ordinary black resident of this country?'
'The Rhodesian security forces that is the government forces as such or do they feel basically they are fighting for Bishop Muzorewa or Sithole?
'Are you glad you're here?
'What are you trying to do?'
'- to chase the enemy'.
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