A Year to Remember 1949

Australia, 1965

Film
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Collection of newsreel footage which made up Australia’s history in 1949 - Rolling strikes at coalfields by Communist Party members - Chifley orders use of troops in coal mine strikes - Town of Maitland hit by floods - First naturalisation ceremony - Rabbit plague in Victoria - Petrol rationing declared invalid - Woomera Rocket Range - New Guinea natives greet Governor General - Dutch submarine breaks up during gale in Sydney Harbour … and much more. Rated: G

Credits

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1965

Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

300972

Language

English

Subject categories

Animals & Wildlife → Rabbits

Anthropology, Ethnology, Exploration & Travel → Papua New Guinea

Anthropology, Ethnology, Exploration & Travel → Woomera Rocket Range (S. Aust.)

Archival, Cinemagazines & Newsreels

Archival, Cinemagazines & Newsreels → Archival materials

Archival, Cinemagazines & Newsreels → Newsreels - Australia

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Floods

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Natural disasters

Documentary

Economics, Philosophy, Politics, Religion & Sociology → Strikes and lockouts

History → Australia - History

History → History

Places → Papua New Guinea

Places → Woomera Rocket Range (S. Aust.)

Short films

Short films → Short films - Australia

Sound/audio

Sound

Colour

Black and White

Holdings

VHS; Access Print (Section 1)

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