Full title reads: "Belgium. 'Plus jamais de guerre!' - No More War! - Tens of thousand voices echo over vast River Yser Battlefields at Memorial Service of the dreadful days in August 1914."
River Yser, Belgium.
L/S of the massive war memorial. Streams of people move at its base.
A Loyal Message leaving from London, Women's football, a parade of Horses and wagons, the last post in Ypres, Shakespeare's Birthday, Motorcycle Hill Climbing and the Monaco Grand Prix
Allied leaders gather to pay tribute to America's dead at the dedication of the Liberty Memorial.
Scenes of Remembrance Day services around the country.
Ceremonies around the country in remembrance of British war dead.
Footage of Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, on visits abroad and at various events.
Memorial services in Dublin for Collins and Griffith and in Belgium for 16th Division.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
Wonderful documentary about the history of Liverpool.
Travelogue style documentary showing the Royal Tour of the Commonwealth in 1954
Russian documentary detailing Gagarin's training and flight into space. c. 1961
Documentary detailing Gagarin's training and flight into space. c. 1961
Polish General Gorecki meets ex-servicemen in Arras, France.
Prince of Wales receives a great welcome when he visits the Rhondda Valley.
President De Gaulle of France travels the Soviet Union before leaving for home.
General de Gaulle at Victory Parade in Saarbruken.
The Duke of Connaught unveils a memorial to 49,076 artillery men who fell in Great War.
Crowds listen to speeches by Allied Leaders at American Legion Convention in Kansas.
Moving scenes as huge crowds gather at the Cenotaph for Armistice Day.
King George V and Princes attend memorial service at Cenotaph.
Armistice Day commemoration in Cardiff - masses of people gathered for the ceremony.
Armistice Day commemoration in Leeds.
Armistice Day commemoration at Spenymoor.
Armistice Day commemoration in London - King and Prince of Wales lay wreaths at Cenotaph.
King and Queen of Italy join veterans in Memorial to dead of World War I.