CU two Gurkha soldiers.
Gurkhas demonstrate camouflage and booby traps in Burma.
Gurkhas demonstrate booby traps in Burmese jungle.
Gurkhas in training in the jungle.
Gurkhas build temporary wooden bridge to divert their Bren gun carriers from danger. Burma.
Gurkha troops in India are inspected by their Major and Brigadier.
Gurkhas and paratroopers on manoeuvres on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.
Gurkha troops fight against Communist insurgents in the jungles of Malaya.
Banners presented to the Gurkha's at Buckingham Palace
King Mahendra of Nepal inspects Gurkha Regiment at Westminster Abbey, London.
Good material showing Gurkhas advancing and living in jungles of Burma.
Subedar Lalbahdur Thapa VC of the 2nd Gurkha Rifles in London.
More troops arrive in Singapore, and Gurkhas advance through the jungle.
Gurkhas are amongst soldiers taking part in army exercises around Wiltshire.
Miss Robinson and Captain J. Morrow of the Gurkha Rifles are married at Clyde Road.
Viceroy of India, Lord Archibald Wavell presents Victoria Crosses to men of the Gurkhas.
Malayan Security Forces attack Red terrorist in jungle.
Camouflaged soldiers move slowly through the jungle.
FM William Slim inspects Indian troops in Delhi, en route to Hong Kong.
Soldiers in the jungle set up booby traps and throw spears at dummies.
Jungle troops make a bridge over a muddy stream and drive their tanks over it.
Jungle soldiers walk through the undergrowth then cook insects and crabs over a fire.
Two soldiers receive the Victoria Cross in Delhi, one posthumously. India.
New troops arrive to fight bandits in Malayan jungle.
Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Anne and Duke of Edinburgh at Royal Tournament, Earls Court.
Allied troops continue their advance to Mandalay.
Field Marshall Slim inspects troops - Manoeuvres in America.
George V presents medals to Indian soldiers at Buckingham Palace + parade through London.
Major General Burns takes salute at Royal Tournament march past. Hyde Park, London.
King George VI visits Malta + some of the footage of King's visit to Northern Africa.
Heroes of the two world wars from India sail for Britain for centenary celebrations.
Good footage of Indian soldiers in camp, having haircut and shave, eating and mending things.
Troops from around the Commonwealth take part in display at Buckingham Palace.
George Hall, Sec. of State, inspects Colonial troops in Kensington Gardens.