Title: "The KING WITH HIS TROOPS sees Mimic Battle in which latest Tanks and rapid bridge building play prominent part".
King George V with his troops, sees mimic battle and afterwards reviewed troops on Laffan's Plain.
M/S of a group of officers on a hilltop, some look through binoculars. M/S of a group of officers, their wives and Queen Mary looking at an Army truck.
M/S of a soldiers floating a temporary bridge over a river, when the bridge is secure the soldiers run across it. M/S of soldiers leading pack donkeys across the bridge, on one of the banks a group of officers observe.
M/S of a senior officer and Queen Mary inspecting an armoured car. M/S of an armoured car full of soldiers towing two cannons mounted on wheels away from the camera. M/S of soldiers climbing aboard the armoured car, it drives away watched by the Queen and a senior officer.
M/S of a tank driving across a field. L/S of soldiers constructing a makeshift bridge across a ditch.
Note: there are no recognisable shots of King George V in this story.
Note: this story is very similar to another Pathe Gazette story from this year - WHAT THE KING SAW - in G 1092. Please see separate records for details. AH 2000.