Farmers work on field,Henry Gurney visit people and British soldiers, check ID cards of people in Malaysia
Malaysia Date:1966 Duration:3 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
The film titled 'How to fight a guerrilla war' about guerrilla war for independence fought between Commonwealth armed forces and Malayan Communist Party in Malaysia. Soldiers wade across a stream. Soldiers advance through a jungle. An aircraft in flight drops bombs. A helicopter takes off. 1945: jungle on a mountainous area. Aerial view of a sea coast. Houses on the coastal area. Farmers work on field. Women use mortar and pestle to crush. Chinese men smoke pipe. A woman works on a sewing machine. Children sit on ground. Farmers work on field. European people carry water through poles on their shoulders. A woman takes out rubber from a tree. Rubber sacks pile up. Water being sprayed on field by a pipe. Equipment hooked in a crane. Animation of a map shows Malaysia. Burning houses and jungles. Men inspect area near a derailed train. Dead bodies in water. Burned tin mines and other plants. Workers outside their houses. A girl stands on doorway. A child cries. A family evacuates the place on a truck. A man puts a light on pole. A soldier near a power grid. A soldier on guard atop a hill. Soldiers walk through a jungle. Men carry water containers. People get themselves registered. Identity cards of people on table. A soldier puts mark on nail of a woman. A soldier signs on an ID card. British High Commissioner in Malaya Henry Lovell Goldsworthy Gurney disembarks a vehicle. He meets people. People come out of a truck. People get registered. People take oath. They learn military tactics.
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