The Horror Of Stanleyville 1964

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    Stanleyville, Belgian Congo

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    Ground to air of planes flying over Stanleyville. VS. Planes being unloaded and Belgian Paratroops. MS. Smashed up car at side of road. GV. Along palm tree lined empty street. MS. Four "Mulelist" waving white flag and giving up. MS. Belgian soldier with megaphone. VS. Injured men and women. MS. The Lumumba Monument in Stanleyville. MS. Dead body of Dr. Carlson laying in middle of empty street. VS. Dead bodies, some are covered by blankets. MS. Injured "mulelist" being carried off on stretcher. VS. Refugees at airport waiting evacuation. MS. Dead man covered by blanket is carried towards plane. GV. Air Congo Dakota on runway. MS. General Mobutu at airport. MS. Squad of Congolese soldiers. MS. Minister Mounongo comes to see events MS. Through windscreen of car moving through Stanleyville. MS. Ford Anglia car with two dead bodies inside. MS. Three bodies laying on ground, two are dead the other is a Simba mulelist and he appears to be faking his death. MS. Congolese army patrol. MS. The Congolese army take a closer look at the dead bodies. MS. Some of the prisoners rounded up. MS. Refugees. (F.G.)

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    Cataloguer:
    James
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Mute
    Media URN:
    88035
    Sort Number:
    UN 3963 C
    Time in/Out:
    01:03:34:00 / 01:05:56:00
    Canister:
    UN 3963 C
    Film ID:
    3121.02
    Issue Date:
    1964
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