Carson arrives in Belfast in Northern Ireland.
We see Orangemen marching through Belfast and Sir James Craig addressing the crowds afterwards.
The Gaumont version of the State Opening of Parliament by King George V and Queen Mary.
Lord French unveils Titanic memorial and lays wreath on war memorial, Northern Ireland.
Belfast resembles a war zone after grave riots.
Orangemen march through Belfast and attend rally.
Edward Carson signs the Covenant as crowds wait outside Belfast City Hall.
Orangemen march and gather at rally in Belfast.
Scenes in Dublin before First World War showing Volunteers marching along streets.
A look at the grim life of Sinn Fein prisoners inside a Concentration Camp.
Great footage from Irish Revolution - street scenes, speakers, ruined areas, warfare.
Mr T.M. Healy becomes first Governor General of the Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
A story showing the results of the trouble in Ireland - two bodies are picked up from the streets by the army.
At item showing Balbriggan, a village sacked by the 'Black and Tans' in Ireland.
British troops at work in Ireland during 1916 - 1920.
Soldiers on the streets of Ireland (Eire) and footage of Michael Collins, Limerick and Armagh.
Boys playing in the ruins of houses in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Soldiers of the Royal Irish Constabulary lead blindfolded prisoners up some steps.
Captain James Craig in Dublin to meet Michael Collins, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
The funeral of General Michael Collins in Dublin, Ireland.
Soldiers search under roof tiles and dig up the woods in search of hidden weapons in Ireland.
Shots of stately home at Craigavon. Northern Ireland.
British soldiers search rural roads and surrounding area in Eire during Easter Rebellion.
Soldiers in Londonderry street, ruins in Dublin, Michael Collins, Republicans speaking.
Presentation of Colours (flags) in rainy ceremony in Ulster.
Nationalist rally / chopping down trees.
Lord Derby reviews military troops. Northern Ireland.
Compilation of footage of Prince Edward (Prince of Wales) put together as a standby obituary.