RAF troops prepare for war and new villages set up for people in Malaysia during the Malayan Emergency
Malaysia Date:1966 Duration:3 min 53 sec Sound:Yes
Film about guerrilla war for independence fought between Commonwealth armed forces and Malayan Communist Party in Malaysia. Bombs being carried on tow dollies to load into RAF aircraft. Royal Air Force personnel load bombs in bomb bay of Avro Type 694 Lincoln bombers. Two bombs on a tow dolly. An officer studies a map. British High Commissioner in Malaya Henry Lovell Goldsworthy Gurney disembarks an aircraft. He is greeted by officers. Aerial view of houses of Chinese people. A truck, loaded with soldiers, being driven. People leave their houses. A soldier gives food to children. People load belongings onto a truck. Trucks driven off. Men row a house boat. Houses in a farm. People build houses. Men make fences. Troops guard near fence. Farmers work on a field. A man instructs farmers. Men remove soil with a shovel. A sign reads 'Dispensary'. A nurse gives medicine to people. A doctor examines a child. A woman buys from a shop. Men cook food. People pick up containers. A man fills a container with food. He keeps container on a weighing machine. The dial on the scale shows the weight. A line of trucks being driven. People are being checked by policemen. A police woman checks women. A policeman checks boot (trunk) of a car. Troops venture through a jungle. Troops capture combatants. Troops capture ammunition and food materials. Prisoners sit on ground. Women are being checked. Officer at desk checks the identity cards.
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