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Proud Son of Africa Special

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Abstract
A film about Patrice Lumumba. Portraits of P. Lumumba. Republic of the Congo (Republic of Zaire). City of Leopoldville. June 30, 1960. Congo Independence Day celebrations. Military parade. The people welcomed P. Lumumba. June - September 1960. P. Lumumba speaks in parliament, at rallies. Aggression of the Belgian Armed Forces against the Republic of the Congo. Combat operations of the Belgian landing, tanks, infantry. Meeting of the UN Security Council (USA. New York). Speakers: P. Lumumba, D. Ya. Hammarskjold, representative of Belgium. D. Ya. Hammarskjold's visit to Congo. Conference of African countries in Leopoldville. P. Lumumbu is speaking. Arrest of P. Lumumba. Punitive actions of Mobutu soldiers against Lumumba. Kasavubu and Mobutu are supporters of the colonialist regime, participants in a conspiracy against the Lumumba government. UN troops on the streets of Leopoldville. Rallies demanding the release of Lumumba in the USSR, Poland, China. Nikita Khrushchev speaks at the UN (synchronously). King Baudouin of Belgium gets into the car.
Director
I. Setkin
Color
B&W
Film ID
19683
Keywords
state holidays
, international workers solidarity
, international organizations
, revolutionary liberation movements
Meterage
253
Number of Parts
1
Operators
There is no data
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1961
Sound
Has Sound

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