Films from the British Pathé archive featuring Douglas Haig, both during and after the First World War. The collection also includes coverage of the work of the Royal British Legion, of which Haig was president.
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German tunnel inspected by British and USA Officers.
Sir Douglas Haig visits university town, makes speech to students and inspects troops.
Sir Douglas Haig at aerodrome in Scotland.
Winston Churchill and Earl Haig at Victoria Station in London.
Soldiers are presented with honours and Douglas Haig receives salute during march past.
Haig visits injured soldiers at Broughton House, Salford Manchester, Lancashire.
Earl Haig is invested and named Chief Akahtse by Sarcee Indians in Calgary, Canada.
Earl Haig visits a military hospital in North America.
Duke of Connaught and Earl Haig lead a memorial service for the British Legion.
The public pays tribute to the late Earl Douglas Haig before we see his funeral procession.
People queue outside a church to pay their respects to the late Earl Douglas Haig.
Brief item showing the funeral procession taking Earl Haig's coffin past the Cenotaph.
Huge crowds watch as Earl Douglas Haig's coffin is taken to his final resting place, Dryburgh Abbey in Edinburgh.
France pays several tributes to British war leader Field Marshal Earl Douglas Haig.
Statue of Earl Haig on horseback is erected opposite the Scottish Office.
Parade of men of the British Legion and the Royal Hospital Chelsea - veterans together.