The Earl of Athlone inspects men of the Honourable Artillery Company of the Territorial Army.
Full title reads: "Armoury House London. 'Arma Pacis Fulcre' ('Arms are the means of Peace') Their motto since 1537. Earl of Athlone reviews the famous Honourable Artillery Coy - the pride of the Territorial Army."
Armoury House, London.
Earl of Athlone, on horseback, receives the salute of the Honourable Artillery Company. Troops on horseback ride past him as he salutes. A military band plays in the background. Some of the troops are parading with horse drawn gun carriages with light artillery.
Soldiers pulling gun carriages with their horses speed across the parade ground to show off their horsemanship.
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