BLACK & WHITE SOCIETY IN RHODESIA - 1965 Differences between black and white society in Rhodesia are highlighted in this montage of city streets interspersed with headlines marking the passage of time when Rhodesia's white government moves towards Unilateral Declaration of Independence.
PRIME MINISTER WILSON ARRIVES IN RHODESIA - 1965 British Prime Minister Harold Wilson arrives in Rhodesia hoping to negotiate terms with Premier Ian Smith over the country's independence from British rule. Wilson refused to grant independence because Premier Smith and the white minority government resisted extending the vote to the majority black population.
IAN SMITH - PREMIER OF BRITISH COLONY RHODESIA Ian Smith, Premier of British Crown Colony of Southern Rhodesia battling British Prime Minister Harold Wilson for Rhodesia's independence. Newspaper articles, crowds of African's outside in the streets.
Date: October 29, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:46:00, No Audio
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