Events of the years 1911-1913 - the Womens Suffrage Campaign, preparations for war etc.
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Reel 2. Continued.
01:18:12 Men of the R.F.C. Royal Flying Corp. get into their pilots clothes and climb into biplanes. The plane taxies away.
01:18:29 Naval ships in harbour. Men shovel coal on deck of a warship. Winston Churchill (First Lord of the Admiralty) walks close past camera. A steam pinnace (small ship) carries Churchill away to join the ship 'Enchantress'.(UN1A(N)). High angle shot of of British fleet assembled. Oil being loaded onto ship through pipes. C/U white ensign flag flying.
01:19:10 Suffragettes with NUWSS (National Union of Womens Suffrage Societies) banners. Massive demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London. Large crowd fill the square. Three different women address the meeting. (UN1C(Y)). Woman shouting as moved away by two policemen. More women arrested and moved away by police. (End of neg reel)
01:20:19 Burned out remains of house (apparently attacked by militant suffragettes)
01:20:32 King George V and Queen Mary arrive in coach at Derby horse race, at Epsom Races. Many members of the crowd wave their hats as the royal party pass by. Horses line up for the beginning of the race. The race begins. The horses come around Tattenham Corner. Emily Davison steps out from the crowd and stands in front of the King's horse Anmer (19/06/1913). She is knocked to the ground. People run out from the crowd to tend to the prone woman and the jockey who fell from his horse. The finish of the race. The winning horse comes into the Winner's Enclosure and the jockey dismounts. Emily Davison's funeral. Her coffin bears the symbol of Womens Suffrage. Cars decked with flowers make up part of the courtage. Women walk behind.