Full Title reads: "Murton, Northumberland. 'For the evening of their days!' Mr Ramsay MacDonald opens block of cosy homes for aged miners."
People gathered on platform. They are seated whilst one man address the crowd gathered in front of the stage. They are...
Ceremonies around the country in remembrance of British war dead.
Dr Joan MacDonald (Daughter of Labour PM Ramsay) marries in Buckinghamshire.
Armistice Day commemoration in London - King and Prince of Wales lay wreaths at Cenotaph.
Stanley Baldwin walks into Houses of Parliament - Ramsay MacDonald leaves from Downing Street
Ramsay MacDonald receives a hearty greeting on his return to London after the Lausanne Conference.
The President of the Irish Free State visits Ramsay MacDonald at No 10 Downing St.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and French leader Tardieu meet in Downing Street.
Ramsay MacDonald back to Downing St. after eye operation - he will later leave for a holiday.
French, Italian, German and British Ministers meet in London to discuss economic restoration.
British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald arrives in New York for visit.
Australia's cricketers welcomed by the Institute of Journalists - Prime Minister present.
Cabinet ministers arrive at No. 10 Downing Street for emergency meeting.
Historic events during the reign of five British Monarchs.
Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald flies off to a Disarmament Conference.
A history of the "The Peaceful Years" from 1919 to 1938
Documentary tracing the sport of tennis from the 1910's to the early 1950's - shots of many players
Ramsay MacDonald speaks in Paris - sadly no sound track.
Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald speaks to the Nation about the his debt conversion scheme.
Scenes from the General Election of 1931 - The National Government get a mandate.
Ramsay MacDonald speaks on his hopes for the Lausanne Peace Conference.
Ramsay MacDonald meets other statesmen. Ishbel meets the First Lady.
Ramsay MacDonald lands at an airport.
Ramsay Macdonald is welcomed on visit to New York in the United States of America.