25th anniversary celebrations of the revolt of 1914 in Mexico City, Mexico. Mexican troops parade at a ceremony to mark the 25th anniversary of the revolt of 1914. A stone statue of the father of the revolt, Don Venustiano Carrauza. Troops march at the parade.
The United States of America in 1914. In 1914 : A U.S. guard with a gun on the Mexican border. A dog beside the guard. Wire fences in a row on the border. A group of U.S. guards on the border on guard. The guards hold guns. The guards beside an inverted board which reads 'United States'. Huts in the background. Men, women and children with belongings move along a paved path along the border. People seated with the guards in a trench. A carriage arrives in front of a building. Officials with guards descend the steps of the building. A group of men seated around a table. A few men standing behind them.
Brief scene shows former President of Mexico, General Victoriano Huerta (entitled "Dictator of Mexico" on film slate) looking through binoculars with other officers in Mexico during the Mexican Revolution. Scene shifts to the new President of Mexico, General Venustiano Carranza, seen walking with several other men along a railroad track on a harbor pier.
Shows Mexican Federal Army troops walking along railway tracks outside the city of Mexico City during the Mexican Revolution. Many soldiers are on foot, some guide horsecarts and wagons. Last few frames show troops and some non-uniformed civilians raising rifles and apparently engaged in combat, possibly shooting from a bridge.
A group of Mexican women and children smile and wave from the back of a parked railroad car. Mexican women and children on foot, walking along a railroad track leaving Mexico City during the Mexican Revolution. They are families following behind their men who are serving as Federal Mexican troops.
28th Infantry band and troops parade on a street in Mexico during World War I. People gather in large numbers to watch the Federal troops parade.