Full title reads: "France - The 16 year-old Crown Prince of Ethiopia - descendant of unbroken line of Kings for 3,000 years - impresses all - with the dignity & composure of one twice his years, during his first sightseeing tour of French capital."
Crown Prince of Ethiopia...
Funeral Procession of Marshal Lattre de Tassigny - coffin passes Paris landmarks.
Prince of Wales amongst the mourners at massive funeral ceremony for French President Doumer.
Views of the architecture and statues of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Monuments and places of interest along the Seine, Paris. Notre Dame and aerial views of the city.
Material relating to newsreel story "Funeral of a Marshal" - 52/7
Wedding scenes from the marriage of Crown Prince Asfao and Princess Woleto of Abyssinia.
Streets of Paris filled with mourners for the funeral of their liberator - General Philip Leclerc.
Paris celebrates 800 years of Notre Dame Cathedral.
A new type of fire hose is demonstrated by the Parisian Fire Brigade.
Strange film showing men looking at saucy pictures at book stalls in Paris.
Boat trip along the river Seine in Paris.
German Chancellor Dr Adenauer at state visit to France.
News in a Nutshell includes snow scenes in England, Sir Samuel Hoare's resignation, and Duke of Kent's tour of clubs for the unemployed in Derbyshire.
Pathe News reviews 1956 - a year of turmoil.
Archbishop of Paris washes boys' feet in re-enactment of Jesus washing his disciples' feet.
Around the world in nearly 8 minutes and in no particular order in this rip-snortingly fast tour!
King Frederick of Denmark visits Canterbury Cathedral.
President of France Charles de Gaulle arrives to Ethiopia on peace mission.
During a brief visit to Paris the Duke sees the latest in French military aircraft construction.
Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip attend church on visit to Paris. France.
Various Pathe news footage regarding events in Ethiopia during 1941.
Historic events during the reign of five British Monarchs. 1936.
Princess Francoise entering Notre Dame marries Prince Edward de Lobkowicz.
Documentary tracing an extraordinary road trip between Leeds and India in 1924.