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    Julius Nyerere sworn in as Chief Minister of Tanganyika as 36th session of Legislative Council.

    Various shots in the Karimjee Hall at Dar Es Salaam. CU Mr Julius Nyerere being sworn in as Chief Minister. MS as he walks towards camera and signs a book. CU Mr A S Bajaj of the Iringa constituency shaking hands with one of the Justices. MS the Minister for Health and Labour Mr D N M Bryceson signing the book. MS Mrs E Markwalder of the Tanga Urban constituency shaking hands with one of the Justices. CU the Governor of Tanganyika Sir Richard Turnbull rising to make his speech. Elevated shot of the Governor speaking to the house.

    Exterior LS Mr Nyerere being cheered by fellow Africans. MS two men wearing banners saying "long Live Nyerere". Various shots as Nyerere walks along waving to the crowds. LS crowds of Africans waving branches rushing towards camera. LS Mr Nyerere getting into a Land Rover and waving to crowds. LS as it moves off. CU Nyerere in it. High angle LS Land Rover travelling through crowds of people cheering and waving. Various shots masses of people waving branches, dancing and running behind the Land Rover. LS one man waving a branch and dancing on his own.

    LS Mr Nyerere's Land Rover making its way slowly through the throngs. MS crowds following the Land Rover. LS Mr Nyerere talking to crowds at a mass meeting just outside Dar Es Salaam. MS the crowd with arms raised. CU Mr Nyerere walking through the crowd.

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    British Pathé
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    Available on request
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:02:30:00 / 01:03:59:00
    UN 3416 I
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    UN 3416 I
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    Religion & Politics
    Tanganyika Africa and the World African material, 1950-70
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