Events of 1918 - the Americans have an impact on the War - then - finally there is Peace.
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01:10:04 Lorries advancing through heavy mud.
01:10:23 Explosions on hillside. Field artillery gun fires. General Douglas Haig and other officer walk towards camera. British horse drawn light artillery advance at speed.
01:11:05 German troops walk along trench. British troops in trench. Cavalry ride through muddy ground. Lorries towing field guns. Horse drawn field guns. Troops in trenches.
01:11:29 C/U hour glass with sand flowing.
01:11:32 Long lines of horse drawn carts travel to the front. Artillery piece fires. View across skyline of Paris, France. Damage cause to houses by shelling from 'Big Bertha'. Eiffel tower. Australian or New Zealand troops on leave in Paris. Massive piles of sand bags placed at side of buildings to protect from shelling. Allied troops looking around, sight seeing. Damaged building.
01:12:52 Interior Folies Bergere theatre in Paris. Audience shots. Girls dance across stage in front of camera. C/U legs of dancing girls. Audience applaud. Top shot of dancing girls twirling sunshades. More shots of dancing girls. Technician at the side of the stage controls switches. Dancers and artists on stage take a bow (among those on stage are some very short people - possibly dwarfs or midgets). The Curtain closes.
01:13:31 Titles: "Time to Remember - End of Part One".
End of Reel 2 - N.B. These reel numbers relate to NEG. reels - Pathe's prints have been combined into 2 reels.