Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home is elected leader of Conservative Party. London.
Item showing anti-Vietnam war demonstration and violence between police and protesters.
Harold Macmillan resigns and Lord Home becomes the new Prime Minister.
Attractions of Britain's capital city - good shots of London landmarks and attractions.
Material relating to newsreel story "Westminster's Day of Majesty (aka 80th Birthday)" - 54/94.
Material relating to newsreel story "Sir Winston Resigns" - 55/28.
Material related to newsreel story "Labour Romps Home" - 66/27.
Major building works retain the well-known facade but modernise the interior of the buildings.
Removal men loading office furniture onto a van outside No. 10 Downing St.
Prime Minister Alec Douglas-Home and his family at home in 10 Downing Street. London.
Nixon talks with Edward Heath.
Sir Winston Churchill outside No 10 following his illness.
Harold Wilson is seen inside 10 Downing Street and leaving to meet the Queen.
Conservative politician Anthony Eden marries Claris Churchill, Winston's niece.
Ministers meet at 10 Downing Street after Glubb Pasha, Leader of Arab Legion, is dismissed.
Commonwealth Minister meet at Downing Street, London.
Cabinet ministers arrive at No. 10 Downing Street for emergency meeting.
Cabinet Ministers arrive to 10 Downing Street.
Documentary film about 1938 - people become aware of the growing threat of war.
Footage of Winston Churchill at in Downing Street with General Smuts and Beaverbrook.
British Cabinet meet. Recruits join up in various countries. US troops in action in Korean War.
Sir Winston Churchill hosts the meeting of Commonwealth Premiers at Downing Street.
Prime Minister Winston Churchill is 77. He receives lots of Birthday greetings.
Winston Churchill celebrates his birthday.
Colonial War Cabinet meets in London.
Various shots of PM's wife Mary Wilson at home in Downing Street.
Stanley Baldwin's furniture is moved out of Downing Street to make way for MacDonald.
Events surrounding the resignation of Sir Anthony Eden and the appointment of Macmillan.
Bulganin and Khrushchev leaving No 10 Downing Street after visit to Prime Minister.
Bulganin and Khruschev visit Downing Street and lay wreath at Cenotaph.
People wait for news of budget + a look at the consumer items that will be effected.
Biafrans hold demonstration and march to Downing Street over political interference. London.
Churchill, Winant, Malony, Biesemeier and Fahy sign Atlantic Bases Agreement at Downing St.
Picture of Mr Bonar Law and his Cabinet seated around Cabinet table, Downing Street, London.
Ministers arrive for Cabinet meeting. Downing Street, London.
Prime Minister of Ghana Dr. Busia visits Harold Wilson in Downing Street. London.
Politicians come and go from Downing Street as the National Government is formed.
Harold Macmillan returns to No 10 - Pathe recalls other premiers.
Masses wait around No 10 Downing Street.
Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing Street for a meeting on a Saturday.
Striking workers riot in Downing Street.
Labour win the election, Mr Wilson stays the Prime Minister for another term.
The Labour Government ends and after negotiations the National Government is formed.
Russian Statesman Kosygin is met by Prime Minister Harold Wilson on arrival in London.
Italian President Saragat visits No 10 Downing Street.
Premiers from Empire Countries pose in Downing Street garden with Baldwin, Churchill and Chamberlain.
Demonstration in Downing Street possibly about hunger.
Hornsey art student march to Downing Street
Sir Winston Churchill receives telegrams of best wishes for his 80th birthday.
Shots of new Prime Minister Edward Heath outside number 10 Downing Street, London.
Macmillan & Eisenhower talk for broadcast, Churchill, Ike & Macmillan on settee together.
Eisenhower at Downing St., Ellesborough, St. Paul's and at American Embassy.
September 1939 - start of the war.