Shows Egyptian Expeditionary Force (EEF) troops leading and securing fresh horses and mules into railroad cars in Cairo, Egypt during World War 1.
British cavalry engaged in early morning training at a desert encampment in Cairo, Egypt, during World War 1. The mounted cavalry execute maneuvers in formation. Then they line up opposing one another and charge, passing through each others lines. Later, they are seen moving along the shore of the Nile River,with the British Army barracks in the background.Finally, they proceed up a sand slope past a windmill.
Suez Canal crises sorted out by Egyptian President Abdel Naseer in Cairo, Egypt. In Britain supplies of military material like artillery, guns and truck being stocked and loaded onto a ship to be transported to the Middle East. artillery and trucks being loaded. In Cairo Indian Minister Vengalil Krishanan Krishna Menon arrives. He greets others. Australia's Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies arrives in Cairo. Egypt's President Nasser arrives at a conference.
India's Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Gamal Abdel Nasser in Cairo, Egypt. Jawaharlal Nehru and the President of Egypt, Gamal Abdel Nasser stand in a balcony of a building in Cairo and talk. Flags of India and Egypt. Nehru, Nasser and other dignitaries climb down stairs.
President Nasser of Egypt, bids farewell to President Shukri al-Quwatli, of Syria. They walk past an honor guard at Cairo airport. Other dignitaries stand behind them. President Quwalti boards an airplane. Jordan's ambassador to Egypt, Abdul Al Rafael, arrives in Jordan after being recalled from Cairo, by his government. King Saud of Saudi Arabia and King Hussein of Jordan, stand in a reviewing stand, under a canopy, King Hussein in Air Force uniform, salutes. They watch a display of horsmanship by Arab cavalry. King Saud presents King Hussein the gift of an Arabian steed.
Farouk I, King of Egypt welcomes King Ibn Saud, of Saudi Arabia on visit to Cairo, Egypt. Farouk I escorts King Saud. They share an open coach drawn by horses, attended by traditionally dressed footmen, in a formal procession along the streets of Cairo to the palace, The procession includes mounted horse guards.Spectators line the streets. The procession passes a building. People watch from roof of the building. King Farouk I and King Ibn Saud sit side by side on throne-like chairs and converse.