Medals awarded to Royal Engineers.
CU. Sign reading "Headquarters" 27 Fd Engineer Regt. MS. C-in-C BAOR General Sir Richard N. Gale accompanied by Commanding officer L/Col. Wylie D.S.O. MC of 27 RD Engineer Regt. RE walks across parade ground. MS. Band playing. MS. C-in-C inspecting parade of 27 Field Engineer Regt. Cut away crowd. MS. C-in-C chats to Corporal Nield. LS. Parade. CU. Medals All B.E.M. on table. CS. C-in-C presents award to Edward Webster, Alfred Parish, Joseph Noblett, Henry Croucher. James Davis. Cut away - soldier watching. MS. Group of the five recipients of the B.E.M. (British Empire Medal)
Celebrations of Dominion Day in Dortmund.
Sign reading 'Dominion Day 1867-1954'. Square dancers coming out onto parade ground. Covered wagon being pulled out followed by 'red Indians'. Cowboys clapping hands and keeping time to the music. Squaredancers. Cowboy band. Red Indians. Cod Sheriff. Cut away laughing onlookers. Heavyweight tugo'war. One of the teams. Other team. Cheering spectators. Tugowar team. Another red Indian. Cowboy and cowgirl. Brigadier Anderson and Mr Dana Wilgress. Cut away crowds. Mr Wilgress handing out cups and medals. Spectators applauding.
Rhine Army Horse Show.
CS. Sign reading "Rhine Army Horse Show" Pan to Major Russell leading pack of hounds around arena. MS. Crowd. LS. Arena. Lancers prepare for Musical ride. & LS. (3 shots), LS. Lancers come out into arena. Another of above, they break formation. Cut away crowds. MS. Lancers performing. Cut away crowd. CS. Lancers performing. MS. Buglers. MS. "Charge of the Lifebrigade. Cut away Crowd applauding. Panning shot of Major Stevenson riding Balbo. (He clears all jumps in this shot. Panning shot of Captain De Fombelle riding Condor He knocks second fence but carries on. CS. He knocks down another fence. CS. Spectators. Panning shot Captain Darley riding Emily Little. Cut away spectators Panning shot member of German team He clears all jumps in this shot. Cut away. spectators MS. Lady Cassells presenting cup to Major Burke. MS. Spectators.
(Lavender) (Used in A.K.C. 385.)