The Royal Sussex Regiment at Fayid Camp, Canal Zone, Egypt. General Weir, commander of British troops in Egypt, arrives. The Regiment ready to leave for Wady Soft in the desert for their maneuvers. Shots on the way. At Wady Soft, soldiers dig trenches. General Weir watches the men dig trenches. Machine guns and gas mask drill.
The monuments in Egypt. The Sphinx and Obelisk in Egypt. The temple of Luxor. A mosque in the ruins of Luxor. Avenue of Sphinxes at Karnak. The Colossi of Memnon. People walk near the monuments and look at them.
The Egyptian Prime Minister Nahas Pasha's cabinet meet in Egypt. Just before being dismissed by King Farouk I of Egypt, the cabinet ministers of the Nahas Government meet in the Premier's house. The officials seated at a desk and discuss amongst themselves. The Finance Minister Makram Ebeid Pasha presides. The Minister speaks to the Communication Minister. One of the officials smoking a cigar. The Under Secretary of Interior telephones the press. The royal message which dismisses the government is read. Prime Minister Nahas Pasha arrives to join his colleagues. He talks to Finance Minister Makram Ebeid Pasha.
Egyptian Prime Minister Nahas Pasha's cabinet meet in Egypt. Prime Minister of Egypt Nahas Pasha comes out of the Abdin Palace after a talk with President of the Royal Cabinet Aly Maher Pasha. Soldiers march holding rifles outside the building. Other men discussing amongst themselves. Soldiers seated outside the building. Prime Minister Pasha and British diplomat Sir Miles Lampson in the office of the Presidency.
Workers gather sugarcane and cut it to ground level from a sugar cane field in Egypt. They pick up sugarcanes and tied sugarcane transported to a factory through the train. A machine led by a series of rotating knives, shreds the sugarcane into pieces. After grinding process the shredded pieces of the sugarcane travel on the conveyor belt through a series of heavy-duty rollers, which extracts juice from the pulp. The pulp that remains dried. After evaporation, crystallization takes place and it is transported to a sugarcane refinery.
Scottish soldiers arrive at St Andrews Church in Egypt. Cairo General Weir and Sir Miles Lampson, British Ambassador at Church. Sir Miles Lampson and soldiers come out of Church.