Item title reads - ... and "come to the Cookhouse door" boys, is real music to Tommy Atkins' ears at Christmas time. Location unknown.
L/S of the soldiers lined up outside the cookhouse, the cook emerges with a big tray and they all eagerly follow him, it looks to have pies or puddings on...
Traditional Battle of Flowers held in St Helier, Jersey.
Troops return to Southampton for Christmas after serving overseas.
Dutch soldiers host a Christmas Party for children.
Wounded soldiers collecting presents and large Xmas crackers from "Tom Smith's".
Troops prepare fire wood and Christmas trees. Children meet Saint Nicholas and Black Peter.
New Yorker's shopping and West Berliner's prepare for Christmas in the shadow of The Wall.
Soldiers get good rations to celebrate the last Christmas of the war.
President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill make Christmas speeches in Washington.
British PM Neville Chamberlain speaks about the British Expeditionary Force.
Troops enjoy their Christmas dinners and give a toast to the King.
Antiaircraft gunners under attack at Christmas Day 1939 in France.
Allied military presence in Germany ends and soldiers travel back by ship.
Soldiers' children born and brought up on the Rhine in Germany prepare to leave school and go to Britain as allies leave the country.
British soldiers continue to leave the Rhine, making sure they say a proper goodbye to female acquaintances! Germany.
The allies celebrate Christmas with trees, parties, and parcels from home.
Allied troops having Christmas dinner together.
War Minister John Profumo visits Army Catering Corps training centre at Aldershot.
Christmas scenes in Berlin. Germany.
Canadian soldiers entertain English children at a big Christmas party at their camp.
Christmas celebrations in different countries around the world.
Belgian troops in trenches receive Christmas parcels.
Troops have their Christmas dinner in a tent.
Good film of British soldiers celebrating Christmas in France.
Torchlight procession for Christmas.