The African soldiers parade and a policeman arrests two African tribes in Belgian, Congo.
Belgian Congo Date:1939 Duration:4 min 32 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A documentary shows how an African tribe is ruled under Colonial Government in Belgian, Congo. Life in Leopoldville under Belgian rule. A building in view. A General comes out of the building. The General shakes hands with an officer. The General speaking. A holiday parade. People crowd on either side of a street to watch the parade. The African soldiers parade. The officers talk. The bicycle soldiers march. The African tribal men talk to each other. Several tribal men talking. The tribal people walk on a street. The people crowd around the tribal policemen. The policemen speak to them. The people protest. The policemen try to control a tribal man. A badge on the arm of a policeman reads 'UMHK N2 151 Police'. The policeman arrest two of the tribal men. The policeman takes them to a police station. A sign on a building reads 'Commissariat Police'. The policeman gives explanation. The guards stand on a gate. The guards take the arrested men inside the building.
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