Let Them Come with Rain

Preview Language:   English
01-Jan-1969 00:27:30
A bone-dry land the size of France, with a population of no more than 600,000: that is Botswana -land locked in southern Africa, newly independent, beginning the painful early steps toward modern nationhood. Much of Botswana. is the Kalahari Desert, where David Livingstone once established a mission station and brought the first western schools to an isolated and bucolic people. Today Botswana’s new leaders look to their vast mineral resources from which to fashion a key to the industrial future its people want.

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Description
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Category
Geographic Subjects
Creator
Martin Bunnel, Director; , UNTV, Producer.
Contributors
Bill Bring, Supervising Producer; Joel Gold, Camera; Diana Boernstein, Associate Producer; Peter Thomas, Narrator; Arie Waksenboim, Editor; Michael Behr, Sound; Roy Werner, Sound Mix; George Movshon, Executive Producer.
Physical Format
BETACAM SP
Colour
Color
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Parent ID
837701
Asset ID
2646041