Full title reads: "'Parashots' Enrol"
CU War Minister Anthony Eden sitting in front of microphone at his desk - not speaking.
VS Shots from library of German parachutists dropping on manoeuvres.
CU Police sign outside a police station which is surrounded by sand bags.
Great story about the Home Guard - they are told to 'Kill the Bosche - Shoot to kill'.
Documentary about Sir Anthony Eden - Conservative Foreign Minister and Prime Minister
Australian troops and civilians prepare to defend their country against possible Japanese attacks.
Australian Home Guard parade in Melbourne.
Local Defence Volunteers meet the King , while Coastal Defence Forces getting into training.
Men of the Local Defence Volunteers get into their boats to defend the River Thames.
Pathe News Review for 1955.
Good shots of the men of the Home Guard training - not really Dad's Army.
Documentary film about events of later months of 1940.
A short film highlighting the main events of war.
Pathe calls for people to volunteer their services in aid of the country.
Remembrance Day ceremonies are led by the King in Whitehall.
Allies advance through Normandy, ATS girls arrive for duty at Normandy beaches.
The Army, Air Force and Home Guard take part in a huge display of air and land operations.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth watch a parade of Civil Defence workers in London.
Home Guardsmen get training in using petrol bombs.
Anthony Eden watches Canadian troops training - in a snow storm - a cup of tea is had by all.
People on the East Coast carry on with seaside pursuits despite German raids.
An account of the fall of Cherbourg in France.
London street devastated by flying bomb, rescue workers pull dead body from rubble.
Recruiting office with volunteers signing up.
Navy, Army and Home Guard working on protecting the coast against attack.
Australian premier, Robert Menzies, inspects London's Civil Defence Workers.
Naval men get training to deal with German parachute attacks.