American aviator John Moisant arrives in Rainham, Kent, having flown from Paris.
Film of one of Britain's worst railway disasters - at Harrow and Wealdstone Station, London.
Captain of the sunken ship, "Flying Enterprise", and his rescuers welcomed in Falmouth.
Sinking ship, the "Flying Enterprise", being towed - parents of the Captain arrive in London.
People interviewed in street all agree German POWs should be sent home.
Various people give their opinions on equal pay for women.
Prime Minister Attlee announces the next General Election. Pathe ask people what they think.
Light-hearted item showing John Parsons trying to catch a turkey on a farm.
As Israel invades Egypt, France and Britain are on the move to protect Suez Canal.
Janet the Chimpanzee creates havoc in the reception and cutting room of Pathe House, London.
Truly hilarious pastiche of the "March of Time" film series - chimps make a newsreel!
RAF supplies bound for Biafra remain at RAF Lyneham as Nigeria refuse military aid.
Footage of hippies sitting around the base of statue of Eros in Piccadilly. London.
Nuns attend evening classes to learn practical skills they can use at their convent.
Dog called Bessie climbs up a tree in Highgate.
Pathe in London link up with Paris and New York to improve international news coverage.
BEF troops getting on various boats in channel of Dunkirk and leave for England.
The return to England of Unity Mitford, friend of Hitler.
Shots of aftermath of anti-German riots in England.
Pathe's first newsreel item with sound- The Cup Final 1929. It is a mixture of natural sound and intertitles.
Assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia and Mr Barthou the French Foreign Minister.
Pitch invasion at first Wembley FA Cup resulted in all ticket games ever after.
Gandhi arrives in London to attend the Round Table Conference.
Jarrow Crusade to re-enter working environment takes them to London. Excellent
This item shows the delegates at Four Powers conference in Munich, and Neville Chamberlain' s triumphant return with Hitler's signature and hopes of peace. London.
Abandoned tanks and bombed out buildings - signs of continuing civil war in Spain.
We should bomb Berlin - think people on the streets of London.
Pathe cameraman Terry Ashwood reports from desert.
Great interview with London woman who is staying put despite the Blitz.
Men in the street are interviewed as to their opinion on the prospect of Conscription.
Interview with war cameraman Terry Ashwood, and a look at some of his work at the front.
An actor gives a humorous imitation of German propagandist Lord Haw Haw.
Turbaned Sikh becomes policeman. East Ham, London.