Shots of soldiers in trenches during World War One.
Soldiers throwing bombs and hand grenades then climbing over barricades.
British troops practice digging, shelling c. 1915.
Footage of British soldiers in trenches in France.
World War I scenes.
Good footage from the Western Front during the First World War.
Footage of trenches being blown up.
Belgian troops in trench; Pervyse station and cathedral shelled and King George V at front.
Item showing French soldiers in trenches during World War One.
French (?) soldier emerges from tunnel in a trench.
Soldiers cooking in camp and in trench.
Footage of soldiers in a trench in the Argonne, loading guns and ducking for cover.
World War One. Trench bombing; warfare; etc.
Footage of men at work repairing gas leek in street.
British soldiers demonstrate early type of hand grenade and bombs fired by catapult.
British soldiers putting on gas masks and walking through trench.
Admiral Beatty inspects sailors and cadets.
Admiral Beatty and Naval parade in Paris. France.
Admiral David Beatty reviewing troops.
Earl Beatty arrives at Portsmouth Guildhall.
Close up shot of Admiral David Beatty.
Footage of prominent military and naval figures.
Allied Generals at dedication of Liberty Memorial. USA (?).
Tourists visit Beatty's flagship.
Nice footage of comedian George Robey, hoisting a flag outside theatre and posing for camera.
Admiral Beatty and Field Marshal Haig speak to civilians and officers (before ceremony?).
Admirals Beatty & Wemyss on ship.
Three unidentified stories including rowing item.
Field Marshal Sir John French officially opens new baths at Bath.
Lord French, on horseback, takes salute at military parade.
Lord French visits Paris and inspects air defence against Zeppelins
Lord French awards medals to soldiers for good conduct at outdoor ceremony.
Lord John French unveils a war memorial in Maidstone, Kent.
Sir Douglas Haig visits university town, makes speech to students and inspects troops.
German tunnel inspected by British and USA Officers.
Sir Douglas Haig at aerodrome in Scotland.
Lord French rides in carriage through London + Earl Haig inspects regiment of Royal Marines.
Winston Churchill and Earl Haig at Victoria Station in London.
Earl Douglas Haig reviews victorious troops in Liverpool. Merseyside.