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  • Short Summary

    Women shop at NAAFI, food at port and market, shops and streets back to normal after strike.

  • Description

    Unissued / unused footage - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.

    Situation now in Cyprus - Famagust and Bohgaz village.

    Various shots of British servicemen's wives with children, shopping at the NAAFI (Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes) centre. M/S of children sitting on step eating ice-lollies. C/U of NAAFI shop sign. The women were not allowed to buy food from the markets and had to do all their shopping in the NAAFI. Includes brief shot inside NAAFI with staff at counter.

    General view of Lieutenant Colonel's house at Bohgaz village near Famagusta, showing British servicemen outside on guard after the Lieutenant Colonel was shot there.

    M/S of lorry arriving at the port, pan to the top of lorry showing baskets of potatoes which are to be checked by customs. Various shots of Famagusta Harbour, showing goods being unloaded from lorries onto the ship. M/S of Cypriot on donkey, selling newspapers to locals.

    General view of church (Archbishopric) and other Greek premises with flag at half mast for the death of two terrorists. General view of church with bells ringing. Various shots of people in markets, buying and selling food and of Cypriot men loading and unloading lorries in market. Two girls lift up shutter of shop doorway and go inside.

    Various shots of shops and activity back to normal after three day strike that stopped all car movements and closed shops while authorities searched for terrorists. Shop shutters being opened, displays outside shop fronts. Street scenes. Man selling fabric near open entrance of shop. Armed troops walking about streets.

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    Film ID:
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    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:53:35:00 / 01:58:47:00
    UN 2845 G

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