First big manoeuvres of Irish Free State Army, held in Wicklow.
Full title missing, according to issue sheet it reads: "The Free State Army used all the latest arts of warfare at its first grand manoeuvres".
Wicklow, Eire (Southern Ireland, Republic of Ireland).
M/S of troop of Irish soldiers marching down country lane. M/S of soldiers getting up from lying in undergrowth. M/S of soldiers lying on grassy verge, the point their rifles over the top. Various M/S of group soldiers kneeling behind hedgerow; some fire rifles over top, one looks through binoculars, an officer walks past to inspect proceedings.
M/S of army vehicles camouflaged in foliage, gun fires from one of the windows. M/S of troop soldiers running along railway track. M/S of four officers looking at clip board. M/S of soldiers diving into undergrowth.
Note: another story in G 1332 also shows these manoeuvres - THE FIGHT FOR DUBLIN. More shots of officers, not so much fighting action. AH 2001.