Irish rebels hold hostage in the countryside, Ireland (Eire).
Soldiers of the Royal Irish Constabulary lead blindfolded prisoners up some steps.
Military patrol lorries carry hostages in Dublin, Ireland.
Bloodhounds are trained by auxiliary soldiers to trace fugitives in Ireland.
Sir Hamar Greenwood inspects the R.I.C. troops in Dublin.
An item showing auxiliary soldiers in Dublin during revolver practise.
Sir Hamar Greenwood reviews and then addresses R.I.C. Auxiliaries at Phoenix Park in Dublin.
Footage of soldiers shaking hands with senior official, Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
Lord French inspects R.I.C. and auxiliaries before retiring as Viceroy, Dublin, Ireland.
Demobbed R.I.C.s in light-hearted mood and British troops mounting last guard.
Events of 1921 - Irish treaty, mad stunts and newspapers at work.
Terence ( aka Tomas ) MacSwiney, Republican Lord Mayor, is laid to rest in his native city of Cork.
Events of 1920 - weddings, women's rights, industrial unrest and problems in Ireland