Reinforcements and supplies arrive from Italy at the Port of Massawa in Abyssinia (Ethiopia).
Duke of Aosta leaves Italy to take up position as Viceroy of Abyssinia (Ethiopia).
Ramsay MacDonald addresses the people through the Pathe camera about the war between Italy and Abyssinia, and Britain's pledge to try and end it.
The League of Nations hears the case of Italy's aggression against Abyssinia and Anthony Eden states action must be taken to keep the peace.
Italian cavalry, tanks and infantry advance into Northern Abyssinia (Ethiopia).
Italy launches new Steamer for service to Ethiopia.
An item showing the process of constructing an air base by the Italians at Decamere. Abyssinia.
Ethiopian army chief instructor, Colonel Hubert Julien makes appear for peace in Abyssinia.
Italian citizens are taken back to Italy from Abyssinia, via South Africa.
Italian troops, lead by Badoglio, enter Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa.
A look at camps abandoned by retreating Ethiopians as Italian Army advances across Ethiopia.
Italian army reinforces its camps and gun emplacements as they advance into Abyssinia.
Italian and Abyssinian troops make preparations for a war against each other.
French ambassador holds reception for Haile Selassie's children, Italian embassy packs up to leave for Djibouti.
News in a Nutshell includes snow scenes in England, Sir Samuel Hoare's resignation, and Duke of Kent's tour of clubs for the unemployed in Derbyshire.
Emperor Haile Selassie at religious procession in Addis Ababa, Italian troops leave for service in North Africa.
Abyssinians are getting ready for war as Emperor Haile Selassie assumes role of War Minister.
Italian troops invade city of Aksum in Northern Ethiopia (Abyssinia).
Emperor Haile Selassie inspecting troops at a military college in Addis Ababa.