Agreement made between Newfoundland and Canada.
American infantry and ski troops arrive by troopship at St. John's, Newfoundland.
Squid fishing in Newfoundland.
Travelogue featuring scenes in Newfoundland - crafts, work, livestock, families etc.
Lumberjacks from Canada in England to work in our forests.
Fishermen in Newfoundland catch fish as they are washed up on the beach.
Newfoundland Premier Smallwood sets off first blast at ore plant for "Carol Project".
A statue of a magnificent stag is unveiled as a memorial to Newfoundland war heroes. France.
Cuts (rushes, out takes) for NEWFOUNDLAND HEROES HONOURED in G 1197.
Religious ceremony marks fishermen's departure for France for Newfoundland.
Airliner travelling from Newfoundland to London lands using automatic pilot.
Princess Henry of Battenberg presents the 1st Newfoundland Regiment with Union Jack and silver shield.
A variety of fences are found in Newfoundland.
Seals are hunted down in the Arctic.
Historic ceremony to South Africa, New Zealand and Newfoundland Premiers, Lord Mayor, Duke and Duchess of Windsor attend.
On board the "Prince of Wales" as Chiefs of Staff arrive for the Atlantic Charter Meeting. Sir Winston Churchill and Lord Beaverbrook are also present
Memorial to pioneer aviators Alcock and Brown unveiled in Galway.
Premiers from Empire meet at 10 Downing Street with Stanley Baldwin.
Premiers from Empire Countries pose in Downing Street garden with Baldwin, Churchill and Chamberlain.
Amelia Earhart becomes the first female passenger to cross the Atlantic by plane.
Premiers in country for Imperial Conference attend air pageant
Louis St Laurent voted new leader of Canadian Liberal Party at Convention in Ottawa.