Canada's National War Memorial is on show in London's Hyde Park before being shipped out.
E.B. Croasdell, the mayor of Hornsey, presents a tractor, thresher and plough to the people of Guillemont.
A look at the work of artist Vernon March and his equally talented brothers and sister.
British women return from Brussels nearing the end of the war.
Footage of Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, on a trip to Canada.
Footage of New Zealand soldier leaving England to return home ?
General Haig inspects veterans and troops in Canada.
Repatriated prisoners of war return from Germany to Britain.
Scenes from Minster and Barnsbury as children celebrate the peace.
The last New Zealand soldiers prepare to return home - some with their young children.
The Mayor of the war torn city of Arras visits Newcastle to receive the first instalment of an aid package.
Soldiers from New Zealand are remembered at a war cemetery in Messines.
New Zealand soldiers boarding ship to return home.
New Zealand troops in Cologne after Armistice.
German Prisoner boarding ships at Dover during their repatriation.
Footage of former prisoners of war returning to Britain.
Footage of repatriated soldiers being returned. Presumably to Britain.
Miner's children in Newcastle queue up to collect free soup and bread.
A whole family of artists at work in their studio.
Soldiers carry coffins towards church.
Veterans receive training on office equipment. South Africa.
Footage of the veterans at the St. Dunstan's school for the disabled.
French couples move into Nissen Huts after their homes are destroyed. Equancourt, France.
Footage of veteran soldiers marching along street.
Parade and rally for veterans
Marshal Pilsudski - Poland's new Dictator - reviews his troops after revolution.
Italian troops seen during the occupation of Fiume on the Italian/Yugoslav border.
Huge crowds watch as Earl Douglas Haig's coffin is taken to his final resting place, Dryburgh Abbey in Edinburgh.
Epic but nicely edited account of unveiling of South African War Memorial at Delville Wood.
Railway strike - Londoners have to travel by truck and large rallies are held.
Trouble in Turkey following withdrawal of Allied Forces, including shots of Kemal Ataturk.
Footage of a Women's Battalion at drill and rest, one of eight fighting in the war with the Russians. Warsaw, Poland.
Life in Jerusalem - religion, leisure, work, housing, agriculture etc.
Emigrants leave for Australia together with sailors who are going to serve 2 years in the navy.
Young men prepare to leave for Australia under the Big Brother scheme. London.
Canadian politician, C. A. Dunning visits former colleagues in a Leicestershire foundry.
We see the men and their families board ocean liner bound for Australia.
Migrants at Tilbury board the first Government Liner "Moreton Bay" bound for Australia.
Refugees- White Russians.
Refugee camp on River Volga.
The plight of Greek refugees escaping from Turkish rule in Thrace is shown here.
German refugees embark for Holland.
Russian princes Obolensky and Golitzin are seen at work on a farm in Surrey feeding hens and moving hay.
Earl Balfour opens a new Jewish University in Jerusalem, huge crowds attend.
Footage of immigrants on board liner. Canada.
An item about ex-service women emigrating to Australia after the war.
150 children from Dr Barnardo's Homes board a ship for a new life in Australia.
45 families leave Southampton on the "Caronia" to start a new life in Canada under British Legion Emigration scheme.
Families from Devon are seen leaving Plymouth on a ship bound for Australia.
The ship "Metagama" collides with cargo steamer on the Clyde. Scotland.
Disturbing scenes of the refugees in Greece.
The civil war forces refugees to travel south to Dublin, Ireland (Eire)
500 children arrive at Folkestone from famine stricken Central Europe to find new lives in England.
Russian Communist are deported from Jersey City, New York in the United States of America.
200 young people from Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland visit York Minster before emigrating to Canada and Australia. Yorkshire.
Anti-German demonstration in Belgium.
Various types of dogs are presented to the camera - a dog show in Richmond.
Nice footage of the 3 Arts Club Ball - fancy dress outfits and stars of stage and screen.
Women artists are seen painting and displaying their artwork.
Art students dress as animals on Noah's ark in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
The actor Charles Laughton is seen applying false eyelashes, facial hair and stage make-up.
Lovely film showing the actress Josephine Earle having elaborate designs painted on her arms.
Mr Albert Sammons the violinist demonstrates developing machines - used to perfect finger movements.
Fantastic peek at the British Film Industry of the 1920s - clips from great silent films and newsreels.
Great footage of a women's football team in training - boxing, exercising, riding bicycles and a horse.
Exterior shots of cinemas.
Crazy dancing involving much throwing around and the splits - a funny routine.
Slapstick stuff from the girls of the Piccadilly Revels' Cabaret who fool around by the river.
Dance stunt - Bee Jackson dances in a very small space - some slow motion footage.
A policeman decides which of a bevy of bathing belles is dressed suitably for the beach.
The latest in hairstyles from America - lots of shingles and bobs but tendency for longer styles.
Interesting film showing difference between African fashions and European fashions.
Cute baby Pumas play with a young child and a small wolf.
Footage of mothers of American soldiers visiting Paris, France.
Serbian refugees return to Serbia.
Josephine Baker sings a song about Paris at a function.
Hollywood comedian Fatty Arbuckle fools around for the Pathe cameras.
An novel bicycle that can carry an entire family.
Actor Charlie Chaplin returns to London where he is interviewed by journalists and mobbed by fans.
Great film showing how radio broadcasts are recorded and transmitted.
Funny film showing glamour girls flashing off their prize-winning legs.
A tribute to the recently deceased Anna Pavlova shows the dancer in silent footage, supposedly backstage at Christmas.
Students rag in Paris, London.
Art Brooks, aged 15, wins annual bicycle race in Toronto, Canada.
Young boys learn the art of fishing.
Lovely film showing bohemian artists at work in Montparnasse - Fujita is featured.
Excellent documentary about women's lives in the 1920s - great commentary by Joyce Grenfell.
Lovely fashion item - women model glamorous swimwear.
Performing chimpanzee does various tricks and stunts.
Blind masseurs train with boxer Primo Carnera.
A woman teaches a young girl some ballet steps in a large garden.
Acts from the Piccadilly cabaret including the hilarious Hank the Mule and Hal Sherman.
Mildred Melrose shakes her money maker in an excellent rendition of the Black Bottom - fabulous!
Robert Stickney and partner perform a Charleston - he wears very tall stilts. Very cute film.
Old and new standards of dress and behaviour are contrasted.
A woman submits to facial tattooing in order to have permanently rosy cheeks.
Blanc Djelmake celebrates 70th birthday by walking across Montmartre on tight rope.
Astounding film of a 1920s drag act - chorus girls who turn out to be boys!
Negro Spiritualist group the 'Kentucky Singers' sing "I gotta robe."
British actress Dorothy Mackaill returns home from Hollywood to Hull.
Sophie Tucker sings 'Only The Right Man Can Do Me Wrong!' in nightclub - dupe of PT 27.
Attractive woman on motorcycle in Paris.
Reel of extracts from a retrospective documentary tracing the development of moving pictures.
Film star Betty Balfour chooses 25 men for role of bowlegged bodyguard in her new film. 500 men applied at B.I.P. Studios in London.
Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks arrive in England and are given a warm welcome by fans.
Demonstration march and rally in London against high food prices and cost of living.
Good shots of the trading pit in New York Cotton Exchange.
Workers demonstrating as General Strike begins.
London kids collect up every last scrap of coal while Miners' wives protest against the strike.
Footage of unemployed camp in Cleveland.
Welsh miners march in solidarity.
Children of unemployed parents receive gifts of toys, food and a trip to the cinema.
Pathe Gazette story showing differing events in London and America.
Large queues at the employment exchange show the unemployment problem in Britain.
Item about hyper inflation in Germany.
Film about protection of British industries against foreign competition (duplicate).
Footage of Charles Pathe - probably outside the Pathe building in Wardour Street.
How a gramophone record is made - the various processes.
Women and men at work in a mint.
Nice footage of women and young girls working in a button factory.
Destitute men and children are served with soup by charity.
Children in soup kitchen in Birmingham.
An item drawing attention to the unemployment problem, it includes people parading through the streets.
Advert for Savon Cadum soap in Paris, France.
People shopping for cheap goods in France.
Close up shot of General Charles Dawes in Paris, France.
Scenes inside a doll factory - possibly in Germany.
Ornate doll's house is shown to the camera - two young girls are seen playing with the contents.
Boy and girl act a scene where they play in their living room.
Educational film showing work in timber industry in Canada.
Crowds gather in the streets of New York as fears grow about the financial situation.
Large protest march and rally by unemployed in Trafalgar Square.
A history of the "The Peaceful Years" from 1919 to 1938
Welsh miners cast their votes in a strike ballot, they are demanding a reduction in the price of coal.
Labour Council distribute food to the 1200 hungry men and women.
Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, appeals to everyone to help the unemployed.
40,000 Communists demonstrate against unemployment in Union Square and end up clashing with police. America, (USA, U.S.A.).
10,000 workers demonstrate in Trafalgar Square on Unemployment Sunday.
Police use tear gas to disperse protesters.
Good shots of busy food market, Les Halles, in Paris.
Good footage of Schweppes soda water factory with commentary.
Good item showing girls working at George Walker and Sons fisheries. Scotland.
Good documentary showing work in the Gestetner factory in Tottenham. c. 1927
Women are shown cuddling rabbits whilst wearing rabbit fur capes.
An item showing victims of the Russian famine.
Good item showing difficult conditions inside Soviet Russia.
People at soup kitchen set up by French Army. Dusseldorf, Germany.
Large unemployed demonstrations in Trafalgar Square, London.
Great close up shots of mechanical toys produced in Germany.
Unsightly advertising signs are removed from rural areas.
Children whose parents are out of work receive free presents and food in Sunderland.
Father Christmas distributing presents from an aeroplane and a horse and cart.
Father Christmas goes to sea to pay a visit to the children on the Aquitania.
Funny film which shows stocking shaping machines in action.
Footage of food delivery arriving in Petrograd / Moscow during cold winter, Russia.
Animation teaches us how to read tea leaves to tell a person's fortune.