Large crowds attend memorial service on Armistice Day in West Midlands.
Full title missing. Armistice Day in Birmingham, West Midlands.
M/S of group of dignitaries; ex-servicemen, representatives of police and fire service holding wreaths. Brief M/S of procession of dignitaries led by mayor of Birmingham.
Few seconds spacing, story starts again 01:00:17. L/S of vast crowds surrounding large statue of Queen Victoria and a Union Jack flag. They are observing a minutes silence in memory of those who died in World War One. L/S of crowds outside Birmingham Town Hall, including troop of firemen. A party of dignitaries watch from balcony on Hall. A policemen in front of the Hall appears to faint, he is carried off by his colleagues. More shots dignitaries with wreaths.
Note: no title, not edited chronological order - looks like cuts / out takes. AH 2001.
Note: reference number on Pathe Master tape is incorrect - this is from G 1346 NOT G 1345. AH 2001.
Note: regional variations of story for Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Newcastle and Dublin all exists in G 1346. Also for Cenotaph memorial service - see ARMISTICE DAY 1926 also in G 1346.