Short item showing Lord Abercorn in procession in Northern Ireland.
Military procession and VIPs in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Boys playing in the ruins of houses in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Scenes in and around Belfast in Northern Ireland.
Orangemen celebrate the 232nd Anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne, Northern Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of York visit Northern Ireland.
Ulster Loyalist meeting at Omagh.
Orangemen march and gather at rally in Belfast.
The Boundary Commission, about to start an informal tour of the Border Area.
Guards at the Ulster Border.
Students from Queen's put on Maori demonstration for visit of New Zealand's Premier. Belfast.
Students from Queen's University, Belfast present Winston Churchill with a 'Paddy' hat.
Ulster troops reviewed by Lord Derby in Belfast.
The Duke of Abercorn, who is the new Governor of Ulster, makes State entry into Belfast.
Sir James Craig, Viceroy of Ireland, arrives to open Ulster's Parliament.
Mr Massey, Premier of New Zealand, returns to Ulster where he worked as a ploughboy.
Politicians from Northern Ireland Parliament in Belfast.
A poignant look at life in Belfast as the situation in Ireland grows more tense.
Viscount French takes the salute as The Irish Guards March through Belfast.
We see King George V and Queen Mary as they make their way to open Ulster Parliament.
The civil war forces refugees to travel south to Dublin, Ireland (Eire)
Belfast resembles a war zone after grave riots.
We see Orangemen marching through Belfast and Sir James Craig addressing the crowds afterwards.
40,000 Orangemen march in Belfast on 333rd anniversary of Battle of the Boyne.