Irish leaders address large crowds in Dublin on National Defence Day.
World Premiere of 'Gone With The Wind" in Atlanta. Attended by the film's stars.
Large scale religious celebrations outdoor in Dublin.
Crowds of people in Dublin for the funeral of Michael Collins, Ireland (Eire).
Film clips featuring famous silent film stars.
Footage of damaged caused by a bomb on a canal bridge in North London.
Orangemen celebrate the 232nd Anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne, Northern Ireland.
Great shots of audience reactions - probably in a theatre. Laughter and excited girls.
Little boys compete in boxing matches and it all ends in tears - poor things!
Houses are quickly created by spraying cement over large balloons then deflating them. USA.
Footage of bomb damage in London and Manchester as a result of a terrorist attacks.
Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing Street for a meeting on a Saturday.
Prince of Wales opens the Northern Ireland Parliament at Stormont - lots of cheering.
The Prime Minister Winston Churchill arriving at airbase.
Irish girls go into the fields to pick the shamrock ready for distribution on St. Patrick's Day.
A story showing the funeral of Lord Mayor of Cork and Irish Republican Tomas MacSwiney.
Members of the Irish Republican party are cheered as they arrive to attend the Mansion House conference.
Tractors plough up land in Belfast for war time agricultural use.
Elvis Presley sets off for his Army tour of duty in Germany.
The latest in pyjamas and woollen swimsuits at a London fashion show.
Men and women practise fencing in Dublin, Southern Ireland (Eire).
Famous footage of Michael Collins making a speech to huge crowds.
Confused cuts from Queen Victoria and King Edward VII's funerals.
Close up shots of the pretty winners of the Cinema Portrait Competition.
An item about the new commander of police in Ireland and a Loyalist demonstration outside Parliament.
King George V and Queen Mary visit Eire and meet veteran soldiers.
Aftermath of surprise bombing raid on Dublin.
Various shots of Michael Collins making a speech - fighting breaks out amongst the crowd.
Good version of fire and crash that brought an end to the airship Hindenburg.
Wales beat Ireland in rugby international in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Viscount French takes the salute as The Irish Guards March through Belfast.
Tipperary wins the all-Irish hurling final against Kilkenny at Killarney.
A good item about the funeral cortege of Alderman Thomas Mac Curtain, Lord Mayor of Cork.
Sinn Fein delegates pose for the camera during the Irish Peace Congress, they include Michael Collins.
Compilation of newsreel items about events in Ireland in 1922 - probably American coverage.
Good story showing how Britain is preparing for the outbreak of war.
Good footage of new kitchen implements being demonstrated. Stanmore, Greater London.
Latest inventions for improving home life are tested out in California.
79 people die in the worst tragedy in the history of motor racing.
Irish Prime Minister Eamon De Valera is seen going in for negotiations at the Mansion House Conference.
Actress Monroe woos troops in Korea. Good
General Michael Collins at the graveside of of Mr Arthur Griffith, Dublin, Ireland.
Michael Collins electioneering in County Cork, Ireland (Eire).
Members of Dail Eireann meet at University College for ratification of Irish Peace Treaty.
Rebel soldiers are captured during the battle of Adare, Ireland (Eire).
Footage of bomb damage at Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road in London - possible IRA attack.
The funeral of General Michael Collins, Dublin, Ireland (Eire).
The President of the Irish Free State visits Ramsay MacDonald at No 10 Downing St.
An item showing the funeral cortege of British officers murdered in Ireland.
Spy routes around borders of Eire are heavily patrolled by allies.
Two Sin Feiners accused of tearing down the Union Jack and forced to parade it around their village.
Latest nylons fashions on display on London.
Irish troops are seen out on manoeuvres, training with machine guns and artillery.
Excellent item showing men painting the Brooklyn Bridge, with some stunning views of Manhattan.
Tribesmen in Swaziland perform and ancient initiation rite.
Pathe News titles from the 1940s.
An item about the Irish Peace Treaty showing the delegates and King George V.
Crowds pray in the street for the success of the Mansion House Conference as delegates arrive.
President of the Irish Free State William Cosgrave speaks about the World Situation.
Shot of Irish politician John Redmond.
7 houses are destroyed by military authorities for failing to report an ambush which killed 3 policemen. Ireland.
Sir Hamar Greenwood inspects the R.I.C. troops in Dublin.
Various displays of Irish Horse flesh delight crowds gathered to watch.
Footage of war torn Dublin, Ireland (Eire).
Young woman is beaten, her head is shaved, for crime of speaking to Black and Tans.
Sinn Fein terrorists cause devastation by setting fires to warehouses in Merseyside.
Irish Prime Minister Eamon de Valera arrives at Downing Street for peace talks with David Lloyd George.
We see King George V and Queen Mary as they make their way to open Ulster Parliament.
Compilation of Suffragette material - from before WWI and also from during the War.
A story showing the results of the trouble in Ireland - two bodies are picked up from the streets by the army.
Eamon de Valera gives speech to the masses in Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
Intertitles calling for abolition of Entertainment Tax.
Film of fighting in the Irish Civil War in Dublin - reissued for Pathe's 21st Anniversary.
Extended coverage of events surrounding the sinking of the Titanic.
Students from Queen's University, Belfast present Winston Churchill with a 'Paddy' hat.
Racing driver Freddie Dixon wins the Tourist Trophy race on Ards Circuit in Belfast. Ulster, Ireland.
A French film about life in Turkey.
Sir James Craig, Viceroy of Ireland, arrives to open Ulster's Parliament.
Lord Derby reviews military troops. Northern Ireland.
Stirring speech by Churchill at St James' Palace in front of King, Attlee and Eden.