International scout jamboree in New South Wales - Australian newsreel item.
Sir Robert Baden-Powell addresses a huge crowd of boy scouts in Chester.
Robert Baden Powell with group of Boy Scouts at Birkenhead, Merseyside.
British scouts travel to Le Touquet in France to introduce French scouts to the delights of soap box cars.
Scouts visit London Zoo + scouts and guides receive prizes at zoo lecture theatre.
Belgian Boy Scouts celebrate a double anniversary in Boisfort.
Scouts hold St. George's Day service and march past the King in Windsor.
Thousands of boy scouts from all over the world congregate at Birkenhead for a jamboree.
The Prince of Wales inspects Boy Scouts at Arrowes Park, Birkenhead, Merseyside.
International Boy Scouts camp in Celebration of 25th anniversary of French Scouting.
Boy Scouts inspected by their founder Col. Robert Baden-Powell.
Boy Scouts rally at Liverpool.
Annual parade of 4000 scouts at St. Paul's.
Boy Scouts in London meet for their Annual Church Parade.
Good shots of American or Canadian boy scouts - cooking, canoeing, exercising.
Lord Baden Powell receives the Freedom of the City of Canterbury.
Lord Baden-Powell visits a large Scout camp near Bath.
Lord Baden Powell at Scout and Guide gathering at Lord Barnard's Raby Castle.
Close up shots of Robert Baden-Powell giving rousing speech.
Baden-Powell watches Boy Scout parade and reviews troops at Southport, Merseyside. 1915?
Sir Robert Baden-Powell reviews 7,000 Boy Scouts.
A day at Cuckoo Weir, a pretty tough boys' camp, includes swimming, cooking and sports.
Boy Scouts from London do rescue work at bomb sites + camping in Welsh countryside.
Scouts carry out various domestic duties as part of help in the home scheme. Tyne and Wear.
Queen Elizabeth II inspects scouts at Windsor Castle.
King George VI visits the boys camp by the sea that he founded 18 years before.