Shot of Irish politician John Redmond.
Compilation of footage of Prince Edward (Prince of Wales) put together as a standby obituary.
Orangemen march through Belfast and attend rally.
Edward Carson signs the Covenant as crowds wait outside Belfast City Hall.
Nationalist rally / chopping down trees.
Carson arrives in Belfast in Northern Ireland.
Lord Derby reviews military troops. Northern Ireland.
Dublin rally against military service plus street scenes and graffiti in Londonderry.
Viscount French takes the salute as The Irish Guards March through Belfast.
People walking in park and one shot of political ( Loyal Ulster ) rally.
Belfast resembles a war zone after grave riots.
Lord French unveils Titanic memorial and lays wreath on war memorial, Northern Ireland.
Soldiers in Londonderry street, ruins in Dublin, Michael Collins, Republicans speaking.
Orangemen march and gather at rally in Belfast.
Edward Carson makes a farewell speech before James Craig takes over as leader of the Ulster Unionist Party.
People turn out to vote on polling day in Ulster Northern Elections.
We see King George V and Queen Mary as they make their way to open Ulster Parliament.
The Gaumont version of the State Opening of Parliament by King George V and Queen Mary.
We see Orangemen marching through Belfast and Sir James Craig addressing the crowds afterwards.
Sir James Craig, Viceroy of Ireland, arrives to open Ulster's Parliament.
Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson opens a Memorial Tower on Thiepval Battlefields to honour Ulster's dead.
Sir James Craig tells the people of Ulster that peace may be in sight.
The IRA stop passers by on the Ulster border, Ireland (Eire).
The civil war forces refugees to travel south to Dublin, Ireland (Eire)
Captain James Craig in Dublin to meet Michael Collins, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
Ulster troops reviewed by Lord Derby in Belfast.
The leader of Ulster, Sir James Craig, opens Unionist campaign for parliament.
Scenes in and around Belfast in Northern Ireland.