Light railway brings shells up to the Front.
Shells are piled up and transported to the front.
Good footage of male munitions workers manufacturing shells at Sheffield factory.
Men pack shells in boxes, plus shots travelling over water, past ships in harbour.
Shot of shells piled up in factory.
Shell explosions and bombing on Western Front.
Huge shells lined up; with some workers walking between rows.
Shelling in No Man's Land during World War One.
French artillery fire at the Front.
Canadian soldiers play football on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire.
New Zealand parliamentary delegates at Stonehenge.
Good footage of women working on a farm: ploughing and shifting parcels of hay.
Canadian soldiers wade through water up nearly to knees at Salisbury.
King George V reviews Australian troops on Salisbury Plain; 1916.
Canadians celebrate Empire Day at Swindon.
Children's historical pageant to celebrate end of First World War. 1918 or 1919?