Documentary film about the years 1905-1910, a period of technological and political change.
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Reel 2. Continued. (Check copyright on film clips)
01:20:45 Suffragettes parade down street. Crowds watch from the pavements. Different angle of marchers. Women carrying banner which reads 'National Federation of Women Workers'. They walk down a street. Workers in streets calling for better hours. Mounted policemen move them on.
01:21:23 Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria in Bosnia. Franz Joseph meets officers. The Emperor climbs into open carriage. The coach is driven off.
01:21:38 Coronation procession of King George V. The carriage is pulled through the decorated streets of London. Horse drawn fire engine races through the crowd lined streets near Trafalgar Square. The State Coach continues on its journey.
01:22:07 Female musicians playing in the orchestra pit of cinema. More coronation scenes. People in the foreground are waving their hats and scarves. C/U women musicians, the drummer turns page.
01:22:24 Napier Car breaks down - comedy film clip. Old Napier car with a black (actually blacked up) chauffeur driving a white couple; stops on a country road; all 3 get out and run around frantically. The 2 men both try to work on the motor. They fight; white man (of course) knocks black man down; gets in driver's seat himself. They drive off without him. (ON 189K).
01:23:07 The Fatal Sneeze - comedy film clip. Boy pour sneezing powder on old mans handkerchief while the man sleeps, the old man gets up dresses blows his nose and starts sneezing. His sneezes wreck the bedroom and in the street he wrecks shops and houses with his sneezing which causes an ever increasing number of people to chase him. (UN 1B(G)).