Sir Robert Armitage, British Governor of Nyasaland, attending the Engoni tribal celebrations marking 52 years as a British Protectorate.
Unissued / unused material - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.
British newsreel item, title reads: "52 Years Under British Protection" Rhodesian Spotlight No. 39.
Zimbabwe / Rhodesia
MS Wooded area by Mount Hora (phonetic spelling) where a massacre took place in Rhodesia. LS Dancers in tribal dress. CU's of members of the Engoni tribe of Nyasaland. CU Chief of tribe. CU. Sir Robert Armitage (Governor of Nyasaland) arrives for the Engoni celebration. CU. Women dancers welcome Sir Robert. LS. CU's Sir Robert seats himself, and gets the Royal salute from the warrior dancers. Various shots, Sir Robert inspects the agricultural products of the tribe and other goods. (3 shots). A woman dancer dances with him as she passes. A young man in a suit watches from a tree. Various shots of tribal dancing
Note: "Date received" on original paperwork reads: October 1956. British commentary.