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Footage of the 1903 Dehli Durbar, celebrating the coronation of George V.
The Great Coronation Durbar, Dehli
|Date||[1911 - 1912?]||ID||8431|
Scenes of the 1911 Coronation Durbar at Delhi, shot for Pathe's Animated Gazette.
King George the Fifth’s Durbar Held to Proclaim Him Emperor of India
Two films of George V's Coronation Durbar in Dehli, 1911.
[Violette Cordery Motoring World Tour]
This multi-reel film shows a series of stops on a World Tour by Miss Violette (Violet) Cordery, an English female motorist travelling in an Invicta car travelling 10.266 miles, by road and sea. The tour includes UK; France; North Africa; India, Australia; USA, and Canada. [Only Reel 1 is shown in the online clip].
This film shows scenes onboard a cruise ship, with men and women on deck, sitting together and stretching out on deck chairs. Panoramic views of the sea follow showing another cruise ship at sea, as captured from the deck. The group take a smaller motor boat excursion to the shore, later followed by a scenes of the group on land sitting on a bridge and capturing views of several street scenes, before returning to ship.
'Travel.' Memories of a Journey from India to England
An amateur film-maker records the people and places on his journey from Calcutta to Pompeii, travelling by rail and by motor ship.
[Stay in India]
This record of a trip to India also contains footage of sea travel, by liner, via Port Said in Egypt and Aden in Yemen. It documents an elephant ride, many street scenes, one featuring a snake charmer, and images of the harbours passed on the journey.
[Visit to India]
On the banks of the Ganges, a funeral pyre is prepared. Street scenes follow, before an Asian couple in Western riding gear pose for the camera. People board a train on the Great Indian Peninsula Railway. The landscape is filmed from a train window, before a busy city street scene. A group of European friends are seen having tea, before footage of boats in a bay, filmed from the deck of a ship.
[Family Compilation: African Scenes; Paris Visit; Winter Scenes; Travel Scenes]
Comprising nine reels of film, this footage begins with a trip by businessman Joseph Horowitz to Johannesburg, South Africa. Travel by ship follows, before scenes of Paris, a canal journey, and portraits of friends in a London street. More footage documents travel through the Alps, a Polish mountain town in winter and Indian street life, before shots of an imposing modern church in a Francophone town.
|Date||1946 - 1947||ID||2402|
Amateur film-maker and I.E.M.E. (Indian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers) soldier (?) D. J. Church records footage of his stationing in India. Images include various street scenes, sports events, tanks at the British Military Training Centre at Quetta, and the regiment's return trip to England via the Suez Canal. The film-maker went on to become a founding member of the Haywards Heath Cine Society.
[Trip to the USA, Bangkok and France; Kenwood Company Event]
|Date||[ca. 1953 ?]; [ca. 1959 ?]||ID||5442|
This colour and black and white film shows a series of work and holiday films captured by Ken Wood, including: a business trip aboard the Queen Mary to New York; a short visit to San Francisco; a series of flights and tours to Niagara Falls; Bangkok and Paris. They return to the UK for a promotional event for 'The Kenwood Chef' with staff and company vehicles.
|Date||[ca. 1958 - 1959]||ID||6153|
This film documents the film-maker Mr. Newman and his wife's trip to India dated Autumn 1958 to the end of Summer in 1959. The film records their journey out to India, and their travels in Bombay and Agra whilst there.
|Date||3 July 1958||ID||1643|
A professional record of the ninth Lambeth Conference, an assembly of Anglican Bishops at Lambeth Palace in London.
[Aerial Views of India]
Amateur film-maker and aeroplane pilot Captain William Armstrong films aerial shots of India from aboard a BOAC aeroplane. Mountain ranges, settlements, rivers and lakes are filmed, as is one of the plane's wheels as it is retracted into the aircraft shortly after takeoff.
Mr K. M. Wood’s Visit to Bombay
Businessmen, including Kenneth Wood, travel to Mumbai and visit the Mulchandani Electrical and Radio Industries Ltd factory in November 1966. They are given guided tours around the factory by Mr RL Mulchandani and his sons. They are taken on a visit to a temple and are entertained with dancing in the evening. Indian music plays over the film.
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