The Queen Mother at the Garden of Remembrance and library footage of the world wars.
Events of 1914 - World War One begins and the recruits go off to fight.
Footage of the launch of the 'Collingwood'.
Man rejected by army takes a PT course at YMCA and is then accepted as a new recruit.
Major General Fielding inspects London Volunteers on a muddy parade ground.
Indian, Australian and British troops parade through Marseilles, carnival atmosphere.
Dockers' battalion forms in Liverpool.
Funeral of the Royal Navy's 'Boy Hero', John Travers Cornwall in 1916.
Angry crowds clash with pacifists who have taken refuge in London church.
Footage of soldiers in a trench in the Argonne, loading guns and ducking for cover.
British soldiers dig trenches.
British soldiers in trench warfare, including some genuine footage from the Battle of the Somme.
Soldiers playing cards, smoking and chatting in trenches, receive post from home.
Queen honours Somme heroes & Memorial service in Thiepval.
The public pays tribute to the late Earl Douglas Haig before we see his funeral procession.
Demonstration of liquid that turns into fire being shot from a hose out of a trench.
Soldier demonstrates how to put on the latest gas mask.
The development of the Sapper for war purposes from 1900 to W.W.11.
Royal Navy officers and civilian men climb over wreckage of crashed airship.
Good footage of blind men being taught skills and taking part in recreation at St Dunstan's.
Good footage of women munition workers being woken up and going to work at factory.
Belgian troops in trench; Pervyse station and cathedral shelled and King George V at front.
French sailors fire guns and drops bombs on German submarines.
Flying ace Lt. Robinson receives a gift from the children at Cottage Homes in Romford.
Amazing footage of men experiencing treatment for shell shock.
Events of 1918 - the Americans have an impact on the War - then - finally there is Peace.
Chamberlain makes second trip to Germany to see Hitler; news of Czech mobilisation breaks.
Funeral of Unknown Soldier as coffin is brought from France to London Cenotaph.