Full title reads: "Southampton. 'Home, Sweet Home. 2nd Batt. King's Own Royal Regiment arrive from the heart of the Sudan to a freezing England!"
Southampton Docks, Hampshire.
Troops from the 2nd Battalion of the King's Own walk down gang plank from troopship. They are carrying kitbags...
Troops of the Grenadier Guards set sail for duty in Egypt.
Troops come back home to Southampton docks after serving in India.
Soldiers of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry return home to Southampton Docks.
King George V inspects troops of the First Battalion the Royal Scots.
Soldiers of the 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers set sail in troopship bound for Palestine.
Troops of the Grenadier Guards return to Southampton after serving a tour in Egypt.
The 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers return to Southampton after service in Gibraltar.
Captain Malcolm Campbell is greeted on his arrival back in Britain after breaking the world speed record.
Roundup of the latest news.
Delegates arrive to London for Suez talks, Nasser talks in Cairo - Army is getting ready.
Men of the Gloucestershire Regiment return home after serving in Korea.
Prince Edward presents new colours to Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry regiment.
Troops set off for China from Southampton.
Pathe News reviews 1956 - a year of turmoil.
The Prince of Wales visit to the 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers of which he is Colonel-in-Chief.
Summary of all the big stories from 1935.
The year's most important news stories, as decided by editors of national newspapers.
Pathe looks back over the events of the previous year.
British troops return home after service in the Korean war - one brings a Chinese wife back.
Troops get on board troopship - Dorsetshire - on route for Haifa.
Footage of the East Surrey Regiment returning to Southampton in Hampshire.
King Christian X of Denmark inspects the 2nd Battalion "The Buffs" of which he is Colonel-in-Chief. Aldershot, Hampshire.
Northumberland Fusiliers say goodbye to their loved ones as they leave for Egypt.
Troops board ships at Liverpool and Southampton, they are bound for Palestine and Egypt.