Leader of Mau Mau terrorist organization captured from his mountain hideout in Kenya. Leader Dethan Kimathi, one of the last leaders, wounded during the operation lying on litter. Other arrested subordinates of him. Officer displays a leopard skin hat and leopard fur coat of Kimathi.
A film titled 'Delegation tour of Kenya' shows a six member British Parliamentary delegation headed by Walter Eliot visiting Kenya. They visit a construction site where a member of the delegation helps the workers with the construction work. They watch local men and women dig a ditch for a guard post. Kenya police band plays sports organized by them. Officials visit a group of Mau Mau prisoners being encouraged to farm land in their prison area. Delegation visits Athi river camp where Walter Eliot addresses the Mau Mau prisoners. Two prisoners give a petition to the members of the delegation from, behind the barbed wires.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of United Kingdom, walking with Princess Elizabeth, behind them. King George saying farewell to Princess Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip as they board a British Overseas Airways passenger plane for a 5-month trip abroad to Africa and Australia. Scenes of the King as a young man, in public school and as a young Naval Officer, and Duke of York. Royal carriage with escort and scene of dowager Queen Mary with the Duke of York and his wife, the former Elizabeth Bowes-Lyons on the occasion of their wedding, April 26, 1923. Royal carriage carrying King George VI on day of Coronation following the abdication of his brother, Edward the 8th. Scenes of coronation of King George VI. The Royal Family: King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret pose on castle balcony. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on royal thrones. Historic profile photograph of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth during trip to Africa. King George VI and Elizabeth II visiting Canada. King George VI, formally dressed, with President Franklin Roosevelt, in an open car. The royal couple sitting with the Roosevelts on a porch, in the sun. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II in the country, with cart and on bicycles with daughters Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. Scenes of royal wedding of Princes Elizabeth and Prince Philip, with King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II attending. The British royal family on occasion of 25th wedding anniversary of George VI and Elizabeth II. Crowds outside Buckingham Palace in vigil during illness of King George VI. Signs being posted about the King's condition. King George VI actively engaged following recovery from surgery. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip being welcomed in Kenya. Kenyans in native dress. Kenyan boy presents bouquet of flowers to Princess Elizabeth. Newspapers announce death of King George VI, at Sandringham Palace and Princess Elizabeth returning from Kenya to assume the throne.
Britain's Colonial Secretary Oliver Lyttleton visits Kenya. Oliver Lyttleton gets off an aircraft and is met by a dignitary. A man with a gun. A guard in a watch tower. A jungle patrol is undertaken. Mau Mau terrorist group leader Waruhiu Itote (General China) is captured. Wounded General China on a stretcher.
The 1956 National Convention of the Democratic Party in Chicago, Illinois. Former President Harry S. Truman and his wife Bess, taking seats at the convention.Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, taking her seat. Democratic Party National Chairman, Paul M. Butler standing behind and below the podium as convention prepares to get underway. Amphitheater is filled with seated delegates, as they are called to order. Delegates standing and applauding, following the keynote speech of Frank G. Clement, Governor of Tennessee,who touches the Tennessee delegate identification pole as it is thrust toward him.. Delegates waving poles displaying their respective State Names.
1954, the year he won the Nobel Prize for literature, Ernest Hemingway steps to the railing of a boat, in Cuba, to stand between military officers. Next, he is seen receiving an award from a Cuban official, as he stands at the boat rail, with his wife, Mary, at his side. He kisses her. Scene from earlier that year, shows Hemingway standing at, what appears to be Wilson Airport, in Nairobi, Kenya, with Roy Marsh, pilot of the chartered Cessna 180 airplane that will fly him and his wife, Mary, to Murchison Falls in January, 1954. (They had to make a forced landing there.)