British soldiers leave Germany and come home.
Item title reads - All home by Xmas! Pathe Gazette cameraman, by special permission, obtains history making pictures of our army's last days on the Rhine. Wiesbaden, Germany.
Intertitle - 'Number 5. The 8th Hussars' last field day.' L/S as they ride on horses in a long line down the hill. M/S as the soldiers ride across the dusty track. L/S as they ride in groups then dismount. M/S of them sat on the ground, the camera pans slowly across to their commanding officer speaking. M/S of him talking.
Intertitle - '"I am proud to have commanded you." (Lieutenant General Sir W. Thwaites, General Officer commanding.)' M/S profile as he makes the speech to his men.
Intertitle - '400 officers and men of 2nd Leicestershire Regiment - the first big draft - reach Dover.' M/S of the men on the ship looking for their families on the dock. M/S of wives and babies waiting. M/S of one man with his family, he cuddles his child who waves.
M/S of cups of tea being handed out to the men. M/S as they sit on the train station eating, L/S as the train draws in. Various shots as it leaves and they all wave out of the windows.