The Scots Military Ex-Guards Band play traditional Scottish tune in the studio.
The Scots Military Ex-Guards Band play a medley of Welsh tunes.
Welsh travelogue - images of Wales accompany songs by the Glanhowy Singers.
Jack Conway plays patriotic songs on the organ while we see lovely scenic shots of Britain.
Excellent patriotic item about Britain includes footage of the Navy, the countryside, landmarks.
Pathe use pictures of beautiful England to encourage people in the coming battles.
London Boys' Brigade and British Legion Military Band perform 'God Bless Our King'.
Sir Edward Elgar with London Symphony Orchestra play 'Land of Hope & Glory' (Pomp & Circumstance.)
The Tenor Barrington Hooper sings song accompanied by the Composer Lillian Kitchingman on the piano.
Baritone Lance Fairfax sings 'The Deathless Army' in the Pathe Studio.
Billy Scott Coomber and His Singing Grenadiers
The famous Baritone Frank Wignall sings 'The Veteran'.
Baritone Sydney Burchall sings patriotic song 'This Is Worth Fighting For'.
Baritone Sydney Burchall sings patriotic anthem "Britain All The Way".
Baritone John Steabben sings patriotic song "Your England and Mine".
Stoke Newington Metropolitan Police Choir sing 'Elizabeth of England'.
Singer Raymond Newell gives a performance of "Dear Old England"
Bass singer Malcolm McEachern performs patriotic song about the navy - 'Convoy.'
A short history of the British Empire.
Margaret Eaves sings "When Big Ben Chimes", lyrics have wartime theme.
BBC Symphony Orchestra play Elgar's 'Pomp & Circumstance' - dupe of PT 144.
Item shows Duke of York's boys' band at their school in the West Country.
Baritone Raymond Newell sings "London Will Rise Again".
Billy Reid and His London Accordion Band play some old-time popular tunes, and we are invited to hum, sing or whistle along.
Montage of picturesque shots of British landscape punctuate Leonard's performance.
A jolly song about going for a stroll in the countryside.
Henry Hall and his BBC Dance Orchestra play cricket then play 'Here's To The Next Time'.
Excellent footage of the BBC Symphony Orchestra playing Elgar's 'Land of Hope and Glory'.
A performance of the song "Old Father Thames".
Performance of "The Border Ballad".
Seven lady harpists play 'Men of Harlech' in the studio.
Composer Eric Coates conducts an orchestra playing his famous composition 'London Bridge'.
Bob and Alf Pearson sing 'London On A Rainy Night' in the studio - dupe of PSP 879.
Irish tenor Danny Malone sings 'Danny Boy'.
Welsh tenor Arthur Williams sings 'My Little Welsh Home' in the studio.
Scottish singer, Ian MacPhearson, sings "Road to the Isles".
Danny Malone, an Irish Tenor sings Eileenogh, a song of lost love and broken romance.
Alfred O'Shea sings for his 'Gentle Maiden' back home in Ireland.
Dennis Noble sings us a song about Limehouse. Good shots of immigrants in the East End.
Oliver Wakefield tries to rouse the nation in his own particular style.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth attend the Chelsea Flower Show and a music concert.
The Littlewoods' Girls' Choir sing at a park in Llandudno, Wales.
The baritone Robert Ashley sings 'Absent Friends'.