A vessel being brought ashore by fog, in Collieston, Scotland. The waters of the sea lashing against the rocks on shore in Collieston. A vessel partially sunk on the water, being brought ashore due to fog. Men and women watch the vessel from the shore.
'Braw laddies' meet in the opening games of clan athletes in Braemar, Scotland. The highlanders gather for the annual games on a ground in Braemar, Scotland. Several carriages being parked on the ground. The youths participating in the discus throw contest. The audience standing around the ground watch the contest. One of the youths participats in the caber toss. The caber falls with the heavy tapered end towards the ground. A few men hold the caber and bring it upright. Another youth does the caber toss.
U.S. golfer, Bobby Jones wins the in British Amateur title over Roger Wethered in Saint Andrews, Scotland. Golf players walk towards the course. A player hits a stroke. People run towards the ball. Bobby shakes hands. He gets the Championship trophy.
Activities of the Seabees in Scotland in 1941 and in Algeria in 1943, during World War II. News headlines in 1943 read : ' Italy is out of war' and '17 more Italian towns taken'. An animated map. The Clyde valley in Scotland showing a base built by the U.S. Navy Seabees, in 1941. Numerous quonset huts and vehicles are seen. View of the River Clyde, where 2400 feet of oceangoing dock are being assembled. A ship anchored at a harbor displaying U.S. flag. Allied troops board a landing ship with their belongings. An animated map tracing travel of Allied invasion forces from Scotland to Oran, Algeria, where Seabees are seen testing a floating causway that would be used for invasion of Sicily. Scuttled axis ships and other obstacles and damage that Seabees must repair in occupied ports. Allied ships and troops proceeding for invasion of Sicily. Allied warships bombarding Sicilian coast.
Unemployed men and women from Scotland, Wales, Midlands and the South march to London. Signs seen include, 'Scotland vs. London,' 'National Hunger March,' 'Revolutionary United Mineworkers of Scotland,' and 'We are Against Starvation.' Slate at head of film reads, 'Jobless Hordes End Weary Dole March at Parliament Gate.' Sign in background within village reads, 'The Castle Restaurant.' Research suggests this is the The Castle Restaurant on Norwich Road, Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth Norfolk, NR30 5JN Clip ends with views of Parliament Building and Clock Tower in London.
A helicopter in flight over the submarine. Submarine USS Patrick Henry surfaces in the Atlantic Ocean, off Scotland, after setting a new underwater cruising record of 66 days and 22 hours. The submarine carries a full load of sixteen Polaris missiles. Crew seen aboard the nuclear submarine, as it makes its way into Holy Loch, Scotland. Some antinuclear protestors demonstrate against the ship from canoes. View of the Patrick Henry, tied up next to the Submarine Tender Proteus, where it is being resupplied.