Tanks of the British Army on manoeuvres.
Note: Unknown location for the events in this item. However, it looks like Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.
Full titles read: "ARMY OF TODAY - The 'late unpleasantness' consigned old-time regalia and flashing sword into the limbo of the past. The army of today exists on petrol, oil - and about 30 miles an hour."
L/S's of numerous tanks driving down picturesque country lane.
Intertitle reads: "Wireless records every movement."
L/S of soldiers standing next to a stationary military vehicle. One soldier uses the radio to report their position.
Intertitle reads: "And when mounted troops spread over the country, always close at hand are the metal monsters."
L/S's of soldiers on horseback riding over large field. L/S's of several military vehicles moving along track.
Intertitle reads: "When will the foot slogging infantrymen cease to exist ?"
L/S of procession of soldiers on horse back riding along country lane singing songs.
Intertitle reads: "And into the night - the army if today sleeps not."
L/S of army motorcycle moving down with headlamp on pulling up alongside other vehicles.