Royal horse artillery in training. Location of events unknown.
Royal Artillery. Series of title frames w/o footage. Then CU Drill leader shouting orders. Men march in yard. CU more shouting. More marching. Pan on troops standing; to CU giving lesson in field gun (very clean!). 3 horses make...
Some excellent footage showing British Army recruitment and training during WW1.
Australian Cavalry troops riding through desert in Egypt.
A tour and demonstration of the artillery and wave transmission inventions of Georges Constantinesco in his Sonic Factory
Various scenes of French army - advancing on horseback, foot and bicycle and resting.
A parade by the Honourable Artillery Company of Pikemen and Musketeers which began in Charles I era.
Look back at the various costumes of the Royal Artillery Company - Britain's oldest Regiment.
Compilation of newsreel items about events in Ireland in 1922 - probably American coverage.
Portuguese horse artillery in action on field.
Troops and new recruits depart on trains in pre-WWI France.
Oxen pulling field guns over pontoon bridge & artillery teams setting up guns.
Portuguese horse artillery unit on exercise.
Men of the British Army show their skills and equipment in large scale manoeuvres.
Allied soldiers and scientists observe a Nuclear weapons test near Maralinga.
British troops passing through ruins of French town during WW1.
British troops in France during World War One.
German footage of Air Raid drills in Rome and shelling, and eventual surrender, of Warsaw.
Officer speaking to sailors on warship + military parade through Russian city, WW1.
American troops train in France, 1917.
French gunners at work.
A look at various guns and cannons from different eras pulled by a variety of animals.
Various unedited material of the Berlin Tattoo - marching bands, motorcycle stunts, traditional dancing...
Good footage of British army eating, talking to locals and resting (!) during country exercises.
Biopic tracing the life of Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, inspects troops. Northumberland.