Kuwait, sheikdom tucked away in the weltering north-west corner of the Persian Gulf, is growing and developing fast.
REEL No.1 - OIL IN KWEIT
Vista Establishing shots of Kweit-City
Rig in Burgan field
A producing well in Burgan field
Gathering centre in Burgan field
Gathering centre, including separators, flow lines from wells to Gathering centre and the pump-house, pumping the oil to the tank farm.
AHMADI tank farm, to which the oil is pumped from the gathering centres in the fields.
Shots in Ahmadi
(PORT) MINA AL AHMADI where the tankers are leaded with oil.
REEL No.2 - EDUCATION IN KWEIT.
General of Kweit
Al-Jabria mixed school for children.
Little shots of one of the big streets of Kweit
Visiting the Kweit High-School
Inside of the Kweit High-School, including the students hospital.
REEL NO.4 - SPORTS IN KWEIT.
In kweit everybody likes the sport shows, and they even bid quite keenly on the results. The main two sporting Clubs are: AL AHLY CLUB and AL KHALIJCLUB, these two clubs are always in competition, and all the population, from the Sheik himself, to the most humble arab, never miss a show then they can. The competitions take place in the recreation court of the Kweit High School.
In Kweit the schools are free, in addition,the students get free clothing, food, books and other similar articles, and even financial aid, when necessary.
When the game is over, of go the sport clothing of the players, and every one walks out again dressed in his national Dijdashas and Ghoutras.
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Background: Kuwait, sheikdom tucked away in the weltering north-west corner of the Persian Gulf, is growing and developing fast. The city presents an imposing front viewed from the water.
Oil is the reason for the intense activity and development now in progress throughout the country. In no small measure it is due to the wisdom and progressiveness of the ruling Sheik, who believes in putting his immense revenues from the natural wealth in his soil to good and worthwhile purposes.
One of the big oil fields in Kuwait is the Burgan field. Revenues from the oil here goes towards the provision of mixed schools for children, like the Al-Jabria school. Then there is the Kuwait High School, for more advance education; they also have a hospital in the school.
Not only are these fine schools being provided. Students education is free, and, in addition, they receive free clothing, food, books and other necessary articles. Financial aid, too, is available when necessary.
There are hospitals, too, equal to any to be found in the world. Such as one is the Amiry Hospital. Full treatment can be had from artificial limbs to dentistry.
Sport ranks high with the population, from the Sheik downwards. The two main sporting clubs are Al Ahly Club and the Al Khaklyj Club. High state and official cigarettes down to the most humble Arab regularly support events here.
Behind all this is the never-ending search for oil, which goes on ceaselessly day and night. Outside is increasing, and with them the number of projects designed to accelerate the storing and shipping of the crude project. Already there are plans afoot to build immense new oil jetties to accommodate the 100,000 ton tankers of the future, which may appear in three or four years time.
At the port of Wina Al Ahmadi additional submarine pipe-lines to tankers lying off-shore will shortly raise the tanker-loading capacity here 75 million tons a year.