Footage of the town of Nairobi, Nigeria.
Princess Alexandra declares the independence of Nigeria.
Oliver Lyttleton, Colonial Secretary, tours round Nigeria.
Item showing the city of Kano in Nigeria.
Royal tour continues with a visit to children's rally and a tribal dancing at Enugu, Nigeria.
Educational film showing life in Nigeria.
First local election in Lagos, the capital of Nigeria.
Colonial Sports Meeting in Lagos, Nigeria.
Footage showing island of Lagos, Nigeria.
Oba Alaiyeluwa Ademola II, the Alake of Abeokuta, holds silver jubilee celebrations. Nigeria.
Material relating to the newsreel story "Royal tour - Nigeria dances" 56/13
Material relating to the newsreel story "The Royal Tour -The Queen in Nigeria" 56/11
The Queen attends the inauguration of the new federal courts in Nigeria.
Educational film showing how oil is extracted from nuts in Nigeria.
At Kaduna, capital of Northern Nigeria, Queen attends a Royal Durbar - spectacular event.
Men and women being fingerprinted, election results on board, crowd cheering.
Material relating to the newsreel story "Queen at Durbar" 56/12
The ruler of a Nigerian state visits an RAF station to watch the planes.
The United Nations General Assembly opens in New York, America.
Nigerian tribal canoes hold a regatta for the Queen - later, she visits a Leper Colony.
King George VI opens a Colonial Conference - Pathe looks around the Commonwealth.
Strong man pulls coach with hair, weight lifting and Nigerian delegates call for Home Rule.
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan embarks upon a tour of Africa.
Footage of unknown wedding attended by King Olive.
Native drums from Africa, New Guinea and Mexico are 'sound-filmed' in the British Museum for the first time.
King George receives African delegates in Buckingham Palace.