Africa. Zanzibar Island (Tanzania). Zanzibar city. December 10, 1963. Proclamation of the independence of Zanzibar. Military parade. On the podium, Prince Philip (Great Britain) and Sultan Seyid Jamshid bin Abdullah. January 1964. Meeting, demonstration in honor of the victory of the uprising on 12.01.1964 and the coming to power of the Afro-Shirazi party. Party leader A. Karume speaking. Interview with President A. Karume (synchronously in Swahili). May 1, 1964. Military parade and demonstration. Vice-Presidents of the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar A. Karume and R. Kawawa on the podium. 1964 year. Great Britain. City of London. Train Station. Meeting sent into exile for life, Sultan Seyid Jamshid bin Abdullah on the platform of the station. Correspondents. Zanzibar island. 1964 year. Landscapes. Collection, packaging, transportation of the harvest of coconuts. Copra production processes. Fiber manufacturing, packaging, transportation. Weaving ropes from copra fiber. Fishing boats in the Indian Ocean. Fishing and sale of fish. Plantation of clove trees. Warehouses of an English trade campaign for the wholesale purchase and sale of cloves. Port. Movers in the port. Bazaar. District polyclinic. Children at the reception. The nurse gives interviews (synchronously in Swahili). One of the villages. Residents of different sex and age, including 104-year-old Seif Mbaruk Amur. Literacy training for adults and children at school (synchronously in Swahili). Selection committee of the Peoples' Friendship University named after P. Lumumba. Applicants. The commission includes Professor PD Erzin and General Secretary of the Afro-Shirazi Party S. Combo. PD Erzin speaks at the radio studio (synchronously in English). Zanzibar city. Streets, buildings. Residents of the city on the streets. Transport movement, including pedicabs. Adjuster. Nuns. Post office. Police station. Sultan's palace. A participant in the uprising on January 12, 1964, S. Washoto talks about the uprising (synchronously in Swahili) in the palace.