Large crowd gathers to welcome the Prince of Wales and his younger brother George at a dock in Hamilton, Bermuda. The Prince arrives and gets welcomed by people. He shakes hands with the people. The Prince with his brother sits in a wagon. Royal wagon goes on streets.
Men and women perform the old time minuet outside Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The event was organized to recall days of Alexander Hamilton, the most influential of the United States' founding fathers. 1931.
After failing to find Bermuda on their first flight frim North Beach,Queens, New York, pilot, Mrs. Beryl Hart, and navigator, Lieutenant William S.MacLaren, U.S. Naval Reserve, were forced back to the U.S. where they landed at Norfolk, Virginia. MacLaren replaced his broken sextant, and the pair are seen starting out on their second attempt (this one successful). The pair are seen in flight clothing, with helmets and goggles prepare for the flight. They pose in the cockpit of their Bellanca CH 300, high wing, twin float seaplane, the "Tradewinds." They smile and wave to the camera. The engine starts, and the seaplane taxis over the water and accelerates to flying speed. They break contact with the water and fly off at a moderate rate of climb.
Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Bermuda. Aerial view of Bermuda. A sign reads 'Long Live The Queen'. The flags of Bermuda hanging on a building. Officials, dignitaries and soldiers at an airport. Two officials talk. The Queen and the Duke gets off from an aircraft. They are greeted by the officials. The Queen and the Duke review the soldiers. A close up of the Queen. Children in the streets greet her. Civilians carrying the Bermuda flags greet her. The Queen and the Duke in a horse drawn carriage and people crowd on either side of a street. People at a dock. The mast of a ship. The Bermuda flag on the ship. A sign reads 'God Save The Queen'. The Queen and the Duke along with other officials. Children wave to them. Queen Elizabeth and the Duke with officials on the deck. They wave to the civilians. The ship underway.
A film 'Safe On Base' depicts an American military base on the Bermuda Islands. A map of the Bermuda Islands on a table. The wing of a U.S. airplane. Aerial views of the Bermuda Islands. A sign: 'Headquarters, Bermuda Base Command, 1389th Air Force Base Unit, Atlantic Division, Air Transport Command'. A jeep driven on a road. United States Army Air Force (USAAF) SB-17G Flying Fortress aircraft on a ramp.
U.S. President Harry S. Truman on USS Williamsburg in Bermuda during his holidays. Truman wearing a cap stands on the bridge of USS Williamsburg. A view of Bermuda landscape. The President and the commanding officer of the ship on the navigation bridge. A naval air station in Bermuda. Men man a rail on a rescue tug. Bermuda in the background. A motor launch with canopies on it. A small boat underway. A floating dry dock in the background. Three U.S. Navy Martin PBM Mariner aircraft in flight.