A look at the grim life of Sinn Fein prisoners inside a Concentration Camp.
Intertitle: "MARTIAL LAW IN IRELAND. Scenes in the first great Concentration Camp of captured Sinn Feiners who are treated as prisoners-of-war".
Panning shot of the camp: high barbed wire perimeter fence encircles rows of bleak huts, men pace up and down a patch of dirt outside the camp, some play football. M/S of a group of 'Shinners' (Sinn Feiners) behind the barbed wire. Panning shot of prisoners marching outside huts. M/S of prisoners carrying baskets past the huts, a line of washing hangs outside. M/S of prisoners running with their baskets. M/S of a group of prisoners standing outside a grim congregated metal shed, one man is sweeping, others are making patterns with stones in the dirt.
Intertitle: "Some 'Shinners' are camera-shy!"
M/S of a group of prisoners, one holds a handkerchief over his face. M/S of a line of prisoners marching across the yard holding towels over their heads. C/U of a wooden door with the word - 'Church' painted on it, underneath someone has written in chalk - 'Our priest is on the run' and 'We want more food', a man's hands can be seen writing the letters - I.R.A.