British soldiers fighting and in army camps in Malaysian jungle.
New troops arrive to fight bandits in Malayan jungle.
Paratroopers on ground, jumping from plane and descending into jungle.
Soldiers in camp, on patrol in jungle, Malaya.
British troops march out into the jungle to patrolling against Communist rebels.
Men of the 1st. Battalion, the East Yorks, are trained for Jungle warfare against 'Reds'.
Dramatic scenes of patrol in the Malayan jungle by British troops.
British troops in action in the jungles of Malaya against Communist rebels.
British troops of Devonshire Regiment posted in Malaya.
British troops, from Devonshire Regiments, in action against rebels in Malaya.
Investigation of political situation in Kenya under the shadow of the Mau Mau.
Material relating to newsreel story "Shadow Over Kenya" - 54/6.
Police and army round up suspects as problems continue in Kenya with the Mau Mau.
Pictures from Nairobi, the "City of Suspense" as Mau Mau gang attacks the population.
Second report from Kenya covers the trial of Lari Massacre suspects.
Military forces inspecting the credentials of Mau Mau supporters, segregated suspects.
Mau Mau Chief, Dedan Kimathi is captured in Kenya.
Second in command of Mau Mau terrorists is to die as 23 Chiefs condemn their actions.
Kenyan witch doctor uses sheep intestines to cleanse natives.
Kenya's independence ceremony takes place in Nairobi. Africa.
Prince Philip in Kenya to take part in celebrations of country's independence.
President Kenyatta and people of Kenya celebrate the country's second year of independence.
Colonial Secretary Mr Sandys meets Mr Kenyatta in talks for Kenyan independence.
President Kenyatta attends 6th anniversary of Kenya's independence.
Jomo Kenyatta is sworn in as first President.
Good colour story about celebrations of the Independence of Tanganyika - later Tanzania.
Refugees flee communal violence in the aftermath of the partition of India.
Cuts from newsreel 47/76 - aftermath of riots in India.
Hindus go from Pakistan to India and Moslems from Indian to Pakistan.
British civilians are flown out of the troubled Indian province of Kashmir.
Jawaharlal Pandit Nehru, Prime Minister of India visits the trouble spots of Kashmir.
Hyderabad has yet to decide whether to become part of the new dominion of India.
Nehru visits Kashmir after Sir Hari Singh's decision that it should be predominantly Moslem.
Bombs explode and fires start in the troubles in Northern Ireland.
Various footage from trouble-spot area of Northern Ireland
Parade through Belfast by Orangemen led by Ian Paisley.
Footage of British troops patrolling the street of Belfast and Northern Ireland.
Scenes outside the courthouse during the IRA trial
School children go to school past troops.
Violence flares in Ulster during Apprentice Boys parade in Derry. Northern Ireland.
Catholics clash with police at Derry, Northern Ireland.
Good shots of British troops on patrol during 'The Troubles' in Northern Ireland.
British soldiers guard inside bus depot.
Burnt out terraced houses, with '38 taken Delaney' chalked on house, soldiers patrol the streets
Border checks and political-religious parades in Belfast
Overturned bus carcass still on fire in the street.
Sectarian riot in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Men of the Gloucestershire Regiment return home after serving in Korea.
Welsh soldiers in Korea celebrate St David's Day
1st Battalion the Welsh Regiment board their troopship bound for Korea.
Material relating to newsreel story "News In Flashes (aka Korea: Welsh Regiment On St. David's Day)" - 52/23.
British troops of the 1st Battalion Black Watch arrive at the docks in Pusan, Korea.
Silver bugles are presented to the Middlesex Regiment following their tour in Korea.
Troops of the Royal Norfolk Regiment board troopships bound for Korea.
British troops return home after service in the Korean war - one brings a Chinese wife back.
Soldiers from the Black Watch receive gallantry medals whilst in Korea.
Army Kinema Corporation's review of 1952's international, national and sporting news.
Troops from the Leicestershire Regiment return home after serving in Korea.
Troops in the thick of fighting in Korea a Corporal receives a George Medal.
Sick and wounded prisoners of war from North Korea are returned home to England.
Material relating to newsreel story "British help to hold Taegu" - 50/75.
Material relating to newsreel story "Black Watch Honoured In Korea" - 53/4.
Images from Seoul of young people doing regimented athletic exercises.
Material relating to newsreel story "Leicesters From Korea" - 52/63.
General Michaelis greeting his wife and child in Washington Airport after arriving home from Korea
Material relating to newsreel story "Pusan (aka Black Watch Arrive in Korea)" - 52/61.
Material relating to newsreel story 'Black Watch For Korea' - 52/41
Material related to newsreel story "Highlanders In Korea" - 50/73.
The Queen attends remembrance service at Westminster Abbey, London.
Queen Mother gives farewell to Black Watch who are about to depart for Korea.
The UN celebrates its 6th anniversary while troops keep fighting in Korea.
KOSB commemoration service at war cemetery in Korea & troops leave for Hong Kong.
Americans honour heroic Gloucesters who held allied line and prevented collapse in Korea.
"Asturias" brings home 500 ex-POW's from Korea.
British troops in Korea prepare for action - then let loose with a barrage.
Troops of the Royal Norfolk Regiment arrive for service in Cyprus.
Royal Suffolk Regt & Security Police make search of village in temp of 105 degrees.
House to house searches after arms cache found in Cyprus village.
British troops shoot a Cypriot terrorist bomb-thrower who kills a boy.
Troops from the Gordon Highlanders regiment land in Cyprus.
Canadian troops arrive to Cyprus - they are the UN peace keeping force.
UN troops from Canada arrive in Canada
Cypriot men being taken in for questioning, South Staffordshire Regiment men on guard.
Scenes of a Greek wedding and British troops relaxing in Cyprus.
Soldiers from the Lifeguards regiments depart for Cyprus to help keep the peace.
Airborne troops board aircraft carriers en route to Cyprus. Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Troops from the Royal Leicesters regiment arrive from the Sudan.
Field Marshal Harding arrives in trouble-torn Cyprus to take over his new post as Governor
Item showing life in Cyprus with British troops on patrol after terrorist activities.
Security forces search mountain range, extinguishing a fire in a car, damaged shops after riots.
Footage of arms search and plane crash in Cyprus.
British troops set off from airports to serve in Cyprus - We are shown new American guns.
Material relating to the Newsreel story "Village Killing" 56/56
Various shots of British troops relaxing on beach. Troops searching around a village for hidden weapons and mines, mounting roadblocks and patrolling the streets.