• Short Summary

    Events of the years 1911-1913 - the Womens Suffrage Campaign, preparations for war etc.

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    Reel 1. Continued

    01:01:56 High angle shot of Piccadilly Circus. Cars drive round the statue of Eros. Cars drive towards camera. One of the cars is full of soldiers. Buses drive away from camera. More cars on the streets. Traffic jam in London - lots of buses in a queue - one has sign for Oxford Street, another is going to Camden. Suffragette rally, decorated motor cars form part of the parade.

    01:02:28 View down Sidney Street, London. Smoke from guns from left side of street. Police and civilians stand outside shop at end of street. More gun shots. Police move in to hold back the crowds. Smoke coming out from the burning building. C/U sign on pub roof - 'The Rising Sun'. More views of the burning building. (This incident happened on 03/01/1911 - Home Secretary Winston Churchill attended, but is not seen.This section looks very poor) Alternative Spelling for search purposes: Sydney Street.

    01:02:54 Military parade. Royals and civic dignitaries walk in front on Buckingham Palace for the unveiling of the Queen Victoria Memorial. L/S of unveiling of monument.

    01:03:29 King George V and Queen Mary on platform, they shake hands with dignitaries.

    01:03:49 Children dancing around a maypole. A large crowd are watching them.

    01:04:07 Young women sitting in vehicle. One is wearing a tiara (possibly a beauty queen). C/U various women filmed against a black background, they smile and nod at the camera. Two women kiss.


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