Various title cards from stories connects with Pathe's 21st Anniversary edition.
Various title cards from stories in the 21st Anniversary edition of Pathe Newsreels. Location of film for these stories is unclear.
Title reads: "These pictures - though simple, are historic. You see the last British Troops to leave Ireland, marking the birth of the Irish Free State."
Title reads: "Gandhi was agitating then - as now!"
Title reads: "Mussolini and his fascist army in the bloodless capture of Rome - and power - in 1922 altered the whole course of Italy's history."
Title reads: "The shelling of the Four Courts - and dramatic end of Rory O'Connor - the last of the Rebels."
Title reads: "An Epitome of the Sinn Feinn Campaign & troubles in Ireland 1918-1922."
Title reads: "HH Pope Pius XI blessed the World, marking the first time a Pope had appeared in Public since 1870 ... and afterwards graciously allowed these - the first pictures ever to be taken in the Vatican Gardens."
Title reads: "British Troops were then occupying the Rhineland."
Title reads: "The Wedding of Princess Mary & Viscount Lascelles ... recalling her touching thought to have her Wedding Bouquet placed on the Cenotaph."
Title reads: "Words are superfluous for a picture such as this - the tragedy of the Burning of Smyrna."
Title reads: "I want to remind you of the chance you have of winning £200 in the Competition in 'Film Weekly' - and ..."
Title reads: "The next edition will contain - the Etna Disaster in 1923 - Opening of British Empire Exhibition in 1924 - the Nation's tribute to the passing of Queen Alexandra in 1925 - the General Strike in 1926 - the first flight over the North Pole - the great Japanese earthquake in 1923 - Cobham's wonderful flight to Australia in 1926 - if time permits."
Repeat of title re: Film Weekly competition and next edition titles.
Title reads: "Trotsky reviews Red Army as Soviet Rule was established."
Title card for 21st Anniversary issue - silent version.