Former EOKA leader General Grivas makes a return to Cyprus.
Cypriot village of Lefkoniko pays fine for burning a post office in anti-British demonstration.
Various shots of Cyprus including troops training and patrolling.
Nicosia in Cyprus is evacuated by British soldiers after terrorist murders.
Field Marshal Harding arrives in trouble-torn Cyprus to take over his new post as Governor
At murder trial of Michalakis Caraolis barbed wire surrounds court and everyone is searched.
Royal Suffolk Regt & Security Police make search of village in temp of 105 degrees.
British troops try to keep the peace during fighting between Greeks and Turkish Cypriots.
New Governor meets opposing parties in Cyprus conflict, island's Orthodox and Islamic leader.
Turkish troops disembark at Famagusta. Good shots of car searches at UN checkpoints.
Demonstrations and bombings show Greek Cypriot anger with NATO.
Soldiers from the Lifeguards regiments depart for Cyprus to help keep the peace.
Item showing bomb damage caused by terrorists, and soldiers patrolling round Nicosia. Cyprus.
The streets of Nicosia on the fourth day of the curfew when it is lifted for 2 hours for people to do their shopping; soldiers on guard at the "Dixon Line" marking the division of the Greek and Turkish sectors.
Two British soldiers are killed by terrorists in Cyprus and third is mortally wounded.
Cypriot students stone British troops during Enosis riots, the troops quell riot with tear gas.
Army and police patrols increase after shooting of Greek Cypriot man in street.
Cypriot men being taken in for questioning, South Staffordshire Regiment men on guard.
British troops in Cyprus surround the church where Archbishop Makarios is addressing the people, search Cypriot men on the street and carrying out patrols.
British peace keeping force in Cyprus are led by Major General Carver.
British troops on guard in Cyprus during troubled times.
The antiterrorist sweep enters a new phase in Cyprus.
All sides meet in London to discuss the Cyprus problem.
The Cyprus Joint Committee meet in London.
Airborne troops board aircraft carriers en route to Cyprus. Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Troops and policemen patrol the streets on bicycles - they check people's papers.
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As the Suez Crisis intensifies, British Troops are sent out via the British base in Cyprus.
British families leaving Egypt arrive in Cyprus on the troop ship "Asturias".
Hermas Street, where the shooting took place, bombs found in club, bomb exploded.
Archbishop Makarios arrives in London and attends Cyprus peace talks.
British troops arrive to keep apart some of the fighting groups in Cyprus.