Towards the full life

United Kingdom, 1955

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Episode of “The World is ours” series
A UNESCO experiment in the Nile Valley where in a few years, by improving agricultural methods and hygiene, and encouraging education, enormous advances have been made in the living standards of Egyptian villagers. A centre was established in the Nile delta for technical and general education which attracted students from all over the Middle East and became the nerve centre of great changes.

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producer

Norman Swallow

director

Anthony de Lotbinière

production company

BBC-TV

Duration

00:42:34:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1955

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World Is Ours

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World Is Ours

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