Titles read: "UNCLE SAM'S HELPING HAND".
Various shots of cargo being unloaded at Suez port including crated transport vehicles, all part of Lease Lend to the Middle East. Assembled lorries being driven off after arrival. M/S of a train loaded with some of the cargo as...
Winston Churchill makes a speech on the victory in Egypt at the Lord Mayor's luncheon.
Britain's forces getting ready for possible war - troops leave for Middle East.
United Nations meeting in New York to discuss Suez Canal.
Grain is handed out to farmers in Syria.
Refugee camp for illegal Jewish immigrants at Cyprus.
Various shots of fighting from the Yom Kippur war in 1973.
Hammerskjold meets with Nasser as Egyptian troops arrive in Gaza Strip.
Army equipment from America is unloaded at UK ordnance depot - Lease Lend agreement.
9th Anniversary celebration of the Independence of the State of Israel.
Good shots of Allied troops amidst the ancient ruins near Palmyra in Syria.
Imperial troops guard Singapore in which there is much interest.
American deliveries of military vehicles arrive in the Middle East.
Strikes and riots take place over partition of Palestine.
Amitz cuts off ribbon on new officer's shoulder, lorry with soldiers with rifles in back.
Threatened by neighbouring Iraq, Sheik Abdullah al-Salim al-Sabah of Kuwait seeks protection.
Item showing life in Cyprus with British troops on patrol after terrorist activities.
Petrol for the Allied Army is transported across the desert by camel train.
Reports of unrest in Cyprus, Israel & The Suez All stories have good sound and light quality
British troops and their monkey mascot go for dip in Mediterranean Sea to relax.
Count Bernadotte leaves Palestine for New York to report to the UNO.
Documentary made to persuade people to stay in the forces in the 1950s.
Queen opens Parliament, war in Middle East, Trafalgar riots & plane crash.
People demonstrate in Jerusalem over withdrawal from Gaza and Aqaba. Israel.
Anthony Eden visits Australian troops in Egypt + some footage of Australians in Palestine.