A procession of ex-servicemen in memory of those slain in the First World War.
German prisoners surrender on the Somme front.
French gun battery on the Somme.
France's President Raymond Poincare visits troops on the Somme. France.
The most imposing picture yet taken of German prisoners captured on the Somme.
French troops capture wooden guns on the Somme.
Tommies take over a section of the French line on the Somme.
German prisoners who surrendered during the Battle of the Somme.
Munitions transport in France, near the Somme.
Village of Deniecourt in ruins. France.
Huge shells lined up; with some workers walking between rows.
Scenes from 1916 - From the Eastern, Western and Home fronts.
Historic events during the reign of five British Monarchs.
German prisoners captured since start of the Battle of the Somme work on French land.
French President Poincare visits St. Quentin, HQ of the Somme during WW1.
French soldiers march past Chateau Vaux in France, 1916.
Baseball match in Hastings, East Sussex.
Ambulance practice at Pevensey Bay, East Sussex.
Orphans perform at benefit party, East Sussex.
Sir Herbert Tree and others at Hastings, East Sussex.
Footage of baby contest in Brighton, East Sussex.
Voluntary Aid Detachment ambulance practice at Pevensey Bay. East Sussex.
Queen visits disabled in Brighton.
General Collumb opens soldiers club at Seaford.
Footage of the Dome and Pavilion in Brighton.
Canadians playing baseball in Hastings.
Princess Alexandra of Teck opens club for soldiers at Crowborough.
Soldiers take part in military sports day at Seaford.
King George V reviews Royal Air Force cadets.
Billy Wells and others stroll on Brighton Pier and walk along street with some dogs.
Wrecked German submarine on Hastings beach is broken down for scrap.
Wounded soldiers take part in fishing contest at Hastings.
Burial service for Col. O.A. Fitzgerald; friend of Lord Kitchener; who died with him when their ship; the 'Hampshire'; hit a German mine.
Good footage of blind men being taught skills and taking part in recreation at St Dunstan's.