Titles read: "The year 1935 will remain long in our memories as Jubilee Year. Today we present The 1st London Company, Boys' Brigade accompanied by The British Legion City Of London Military Band in a patriotic ballad 'God Bless Our King'."
Probably filmed in Pathe Studio, London.
Film about the Edinburgh Festival - lovely performance footage and Edinburgh scenes
A Student Rag in Bradford, Cyclists at a Service of Remembrance, Mussolini watching show Jumping, The Church Lads Brigade, Admiral Byrd's return and Dorothy Hyson's wedding.
Prince of Wales receives a great welcome when he visits the Rhondda Valley.
Great footage of guests and acts at the 'Lights Out' Ball at Covent Garden Opera House.
Documentary tracing the history of the St John's Ambulance Association.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
King George V and Queen Mary attend ceremony at Wembley Stadium.
Men of the Legion of Frontiersmen receive new flag - parade in London.
Earl Carroll and his Band play a jaunty tune called 'Swing and Sway'.
Earl Jellicoe takes part in parade and attends memorial ceremony.
Compilation of newsreel items about events in Ireland in 1922 - probably American coverage.
King George V and Queen Mary attend a celebration of Empire at Wembley Stadium.
Various shots of Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia with the Empress during the cathedral service and procession celebrating his Silver Jubilee.
Collection of newsreel and cinemagazine extracts which feature St Paul's Cathedral.
Shots of the parade at the Lord Mayor's Show in London.
Guardsmen practice their drill for the Trooping of the Colour.
Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, carrying out official duties at home and abroad.
Trooping the Colour in honour of the King's birthday.
Massive parade of American troops in British city.
The coffin of the unknown soldier is transported from France to England with great ceremony.
Armistice Day ceremony at the Cenotaph, London.
Biopic tracing the life of Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
PART 2. Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
Naval and military troops march through Hyde Park in Empire Day Procession.