A look at antiaircraft guns and how the military would cope with an air raid.
Item title reads - London's air defences. How an air raid would be met today by the Territorial antiaircraft Defence Brigade. Holme-Next-Sea.
L/S of antiaircraft guns in a field with soldiers round them. M/S of what is possibly a warning siren, soldiers move it round. M/S of a soldier on the ground speaking into a field telephone, M/S of an aeroplane in the sky.
M/S as they man the gun and turn it round, they aim it into the sky. M/S of the aeroplane again, various shots of it from another aeroplane. M/S of men on the ground working with bits of equipment, the camera pans across to more soldiers, one shouts through a megaphone. M/S of soldiers manning the gun, they load it up with ammunition, an officer gives instructions. M/S as they fire the gun and reload. M/S of the aeroplane flying, M/S of a man looking through binoculars. M/S of a man on the floor with the telephone.
Note: the latter part of this item appears to be cuts.