New luxury liner 'Queen Mary' goes down to the sea in Glasgow, Scotland. Tugs and boats around the gigantic liner as it leaves the yards. Women look through binoculars. Black smoke emerges from the smoke stacks. The captain of the ship poses with a dignitary aboard the ship. Tugs near the liner. People on rooftops watch the liner as it makes its journey down the Clyde to open waters.
Scenes of the University of Glasgow in Glasgow, Scotland. Students ride bicycle and walk on a street. View of the exterior building of University of Glasgow. Students with books in hand, walk past the University.
Fire at a Whiskey warehouse in Glasgow, Scotland. A warehouse filled with 28 million dollars worth of scotch whiskey burns and explodes. Flames rise from the warehouse. Water being sprayed on fire by fire fighters. Firemen stand on roof. They spray water from fire hoses on the blaze.
British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill together with Mrs. (Clementine) Churchill, Mr. Harry Hopkins, President Roosevelt's assistant, and British Chief of Staff, Sir John Dill, stand in a shipyard in Glasgow, Scotland. The company of a British ship raise their hats in collective cheers to the Prime Minister and his party. Prime Minister Churchill descends gangplank to dock and greets shipyard workers, who cheer him. Harry Hopkins comes down the gangplank, and is seen with Sir John Dill and Mrs Churchill, who waves at the crew of the ship, just visited. Winston Churchill walks along dock, followed by Harry Hopkins and Mrs. Churchill. Wind is blowing so Hopkins holds on to his hat. The Churchills climb ladder to board a ship under construction, with shipyard workers gathered above, around the ladder. Churchills, followed by Harry Hopkins, cross a walkway in the shipyard. Local personnel, gather in a closed yard, each wearing a helmet and carrying gas masks and protective gear. The Churchills and Harry Hopkins walk through the ranks of police and helmeted workers and converse with some.
European Cup final at Frankenstadion in Nuremberg, Germany. The soccer match between Bayern Munich of West Germany and Glasgow Rangers of Scotland begins. Large number of spectators cheer the teams. Franz Roth scores a goal. West German wins the European Cup.
Many sightseers stand around the wreckage of a German Heinkel He111H-2 bomber that crash landed in a field. A swastika painted on the tail of the bomber. The damaged cockpit. Several British Royal Air Force fliers examine it. (Note: This is German Heinkel He-111H-2 bomber,coded 1H+JA of Luftwaffe Stabskette/KG26. Known as the 'Humbie Heinkel,' it crash landed, on 28 October, 1939, at Humbie, East Lothian, Scotland, after being shot down by No.602 'City of Glasgow' Squadron of the British Royal Air Force, during an armed reconnaissance mission over the Firth of Forth, where Royal Navy warships were harbored, during World War 2.)