St. James' Palace, London.
SV. Interior, St. James' Palace, children entering dining room. This is a S.S.A.F.A. (Soldiers' Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association) tea party for war orphans. SV. Children sitting down at table. SV. Children eating. SCU. Little boy passing cakes. SCU. Little...
News in a Nutshell includes - fire at gas works in Wapping, blessing of the animals in Rome and stormy seas around the coast of Margate.
British Research Society ship 'Discovery II' sets off from London for colder climates.
Diver Jack Childs tests out his own invention of a high-pressure diving suit and helmet.
Women motorcyclist seen putting on her helmet, tinkering with her bike then riding around a track.
King George V and Prince Albert open a Civil Service Sports Ground in West London.
Performance of "The Border Ballad".
Davis cup is won by Lewis Hoad.
Dignitaries arrive at grand state building, possibly a palace, includes King Leopold of Belgium.