Various shots of the 2nd Worcesters Trooping the Colour in Dublin.
Footage of the Curragh Camp which has been handed over to Irish Free State troops, Ireland.
Irish soldiers arrive at Viceregal Lodge to mount guard, Republic of Ireland, (Eire, Southern Ireland).
British troops hand over castle and barracks at Athlone to Irish Army.
Footage of troops being driven around the streets of Dublin in military vehicles, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
British troops at work in Ireland during 1916 - 1920.
Armed auxiliaries attend the wedding of their chief fully armed.
Sinn Fein suspects are arrested and loaded onto trucks in Dublin.
British troops stage ambush for benefit of cameraman in Ireland.
Soldiers of the Royal Irish Constabulary lead blindfolded prisoners up some steps.
Demobbed R.I.C.s in light-hearted mood and British troops mounting last guard.
Soldiers and civilians in areas destroyed by bombing during Irish Revolution.
An item showing auxiliary soldiers in Dublin during revolver practise.
Lord French inspects R.I.C. and auxiliaries before retiring as Viceroy, Dublin, Ireland.
An item showing General Crozier who has resigned as Commander of the Auxiliary Division in Ireland.
Sir Hamar Greenwood reviews and then addresses R.I.C. Auxiliaries at Phoenix Park in Dublin.
Bloodhounds are trained by auxiliary soldiers to trace fugitives in Ireland.
An item showing a shop burnt out by the Police Auxiliaries in Ireland.
Footage of soldiers shaking hands with senior official, Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
Bonar Law inspects the R.I.C. in London, accompanied by Sir Hamar Greenwood and David Lloyd George.
Military patrol lorries carry hostages in Dublin, Ireland.
Events of 1921 - Irish treaty, mad stunts and newspapers at work.
Events of 1920 - weddings, women's rights, industrial unrest and problems in Ireland
Lord Derby reviews military troops. Northern Ireland.
The British Military on parade in Phoenix Park, Dublin Ireland (Eire).
Footage of the state entry in to Dublin Castle. Republic of Ireland.