Africa Blood and Guts (1966)

The film includes footage of the civil war in Congo, the final days of colonial rule in Kenya, revolutions in Angola and the Zanzibar revolution, which included the massacre of 1964, which claimed the lives of approximately 5,000 Arab and South Asian civilians[5][6] (estimates range up to 20,000 in the aftermath), as well as of the aftermath of the Mau Mau Uprising in Kenya, European-descent settler exodus from White Highlands area. Also features racial and tribal violence in Dar es Salaam, the Hutu violence against the RwandanTutsi, aftermath of a battle between government soldiers and rebel insurgents in Stanleyville, Congo, and the mass slaughter of endangered animals in game enclaves.[7]