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RAMSAY MACDONALD

Ramsay Macdonald (1939)

Footage of Ramsay Macdonald talking to other dignitaries.

Mcdonald Bailey Training

Mcdonald Bailey Training (1940-1948)

1948 or so ? UK sprinter Mcdonald Bailey keeps in shape with football...

HAPPIER DAYS AHEAD

Happier Days Ahead (1934)

Ramsay MacDonald's optimistic New Year's Message.

MR RAMSAY MACDONALD SPEAKS TO THE NATION aka RAMSEY MC'DONALD - shorter version

Mr Ramsay Macdonald Speaks To The Nation AKA Ramsey Mc'donald - Shorter Version (1931)

MacDonald...

MR RAMSAY MACDONALD SPEAKS TO THE NATION aka RAMSEY MC'DONALD - longer version

Mr Ramsay Macdonald Speaks To The Nation AKA Ramsey Mc'donald - Longer Version (1931)

MacDonald...

NEW HEADQUARTERS

New Headquarters (1928)

Ramsay Macdonald opens the Labour Party's new headquarters at Transport House.

WOOLWICH: EXCITING BYE-ELECTION [sic - BY-ELECTION]

Woolwich: Exciting Bye-Election [sic - By-Election] (1921)

An item showing Ramsay MacDonald in...

RAMSAY MACDONALD

Ramsay Macdonald (1924)

Ramsay MacDonald at home with his daughter.

LABOUR GOVERNMENT  alternative version

Labour Government Alternative Version (1924)

Stanley Baldwin and Ramsay MacDonald visit the Palace...

MACDONALD AT CHEQUERS

Macdonald At Chequers (1924)

New Prime Minister, Ramsay MacDonald, and daughter Joan in the grounds of...

TO END EUROPE'S WOES - LONDON

To End Europe's Woes - London (1924)

European Premiers arrive in London for the first Conference of...

EX-PREMIER'S HOLIDAY

Ex-Premier's Holiday (1925)

Ramsay MacDonald visits the Panama canal.

BY NARROWEST OF MARGINS

By Narrowest Of Margins (1930)

England beat Australia in rugby match in Rochdale, Greater Manchester.

THE CITY'S HIGHEST HONOUR

The City's Highest Honour (1929)

Prime Minister, Ramsay MacDonald, and Philip Snowden, Chancellor of...

ENTENTE CORDIALE RESTORED

Entente Cordiale Restored (1924)

Ramsay MacDonald entertains the French Prime Minister, Edouard...

MAC BAILEY TURNS RUGBY PRO

Mac Bailey Turns Rugby Pro (1953)

McDonald Bailey joins Leigh Rugby Club - now he can't sprint for...

MAC BAILEY'S FIRST MATCH aka MAL BAILEY'S FIRST MATCH

Mac Bailey's First Match AKA Mal Bailey's First Match (1953)

Macdonald Bailey, ex-sprinting...

POLICE HEROES RECEIVE AWARDS FOR BRAVERY

Police Heroes Receive Awards For Bravery (1953)

Police officers are presented with medals for...

 DO IT NOW

Do It Now (1932)

Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald speaks to the Nation about the his debt conversion...

WORLD PEACE & PROSPERITY SOON?

World Peace & Prosperity Soon? (1932)

Ramsay MacDonald speaks in Paris - sadly no sound track.

"Invincible Helen" (1930)

Helen Wills-Moody beats Elizabeth Ryan in Wimbledon Singles Final.

IT MUST NOT FAIL - Cuts

It Must Not Fail - Cuts (1933)

Speeches from several delegates to the World Economic Conference in...

WORLD ECONOMIC CONFERENCE

World Economic Conference (1933)

Joseph Connolly speaks for Irish Free State at Conference in London.

SMITHY - THE WORLD'S GREATEST AIRMAN!

Smithy - The World's Greatest Airman! (1933)

Tribute to airman Sir Charles Kingsford Smith.

NEW AIR SERVICE

New Air Service (1934)

Prime Minister Ramsay Macdonald opens a new air service.

A CONTRIBUTION TO PEACE

A Contribution To Peace (1935)

Prime minister Ramsay MacDonald gives speech about National Defence.

PARLIAMENT RE-ASSEMBLES

Parliament Re-Assembles (1934)

Parliament reassembles after the long vacation.

MR RAMSAY MACDONALD

Mr Ramsay Macdonald (1935)

Ramsay MacDonald addresses the people through the Pathe camera about the war...

NO THRILL LIKE SPEED!

No Thrill Like Speed! (1931)

Speedboat racing on the waters of Lake Michigan.

"Hoch Hoch Hoch!" - Version A (1931)

Ramsay MacDonald and Arthur Henderson get a warm welcome in...

"Hoch Hoch Hoch!" - Version B (1931)

Ramsay MacDonald and Arthur Henderson visit Berlin.

IT'S A LONGER WEEKEND BY AIR

It's A Longer Weekend By Air (1930)

Ramsay MacDonald and his daughter Ishbel board an aeroplane that...

PRELUDE TO WORLD PEACE

Prelude To World Peace (1929)

Ramsay Macdonald and General Dawes meet at Logie House, Forres.

MR. RAMSAY MACDONALD

Mr. Ramsay Macdonald (1924)

Ramsay MacDonald visits the British Empire Exhibition.

LABOUR GOVERNMENT

Labour Government (1924)

MacDonald and Baldwin visit the Palace, also first pictures of Labour...

HERRIOT ARRIVES

Herriot Arrives (1924)

Edouard Herriot, Prime Minister of France, arrives in England.

ZASHLOUL PASHA IN LONDON  aka ZAGLOUL PASHA IN LONDON or ZAGHLOL PASHA IN LONDON...

Zashloul Pasha In London AKA Zagloul Pasha In London Or Zaghlol Pasha In London... (1924)

Egyptian...

TO NARROW THE ATLANTIC

To Narrow The Atlantic (1929)

Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald leaves on the "Berengaria" for goodwill...

MR RAMSAY MACDONALD

Mr Ramsay Macdonald (1929)

Ramsay Macdonald is awarded honorary degree by Washington University, United...

THE PREMIER IN CANADA

The Premier In Canada (1929)

Ramsay Macdonald receives honorary degree in Toronto, Canada.

ZAGHLUL PASHA AT NO. 10  ZASHOU PASHA AT NO. 10

Zaghlul Pasha At No. 10 Zashou Pasha At No. 10 (1924)

Egyptian Prime Minister visits no. 10...

BROTHER SCOTS AND BOTH PREMIERS

Brother Scots And Both Premiers (1930)

Ramsay MacDonald unveils a memorial to the late Andrew Fisher,...

LONDON - A MIGHTY SEAPORT

London - A Mighty Seaport (1930)

Ramsay MacDonald opens new landing stage at Tilbury in Essex.

MY PURPOSE HAS BEEN FILLED

My Purpose Has Been Filled (1929)

Ramsay Macdonald returns to Britain after disarmament talks in the...

POLITICS FORGOT

Politics Forgot (1925)

Ramsay MacDonald plays golf with Lord D'Abernon, the British Ambassador in Berlin....

BEHIND THE GAME - CHISWICK

Behind The Game - Chiswick (1948)

British Olympic hopes in top form at Polytechnic Stadium, Chiswick.

EVERYMAN'S DOG SHOW

Everyman's Dog Show (1963)

27th Annual Everyman's Dog Show is held at Preston Park, Brighton.

TYNECASTLE - DUNFERMLINE V ST JOHNSTONE IN SCOTTISH CUP SEMI-FINAL

Tynecastle - Dunfermline V St Johnstone In Scottish Cup Semi-Final (1968)

Football:...

THE FREEDOM OF HIS NATIVE SHIRE

The Freedom Of His Native Shire (1929)

Ramsay Macdonald receives the freedom of Elgin, Morayshire.

TOWARDS WORLD DISARMAMENT

Towards World Disarmament (1929)

Ramsay Macdonald at League of Nations Conference in Geneva,...