U.S. Army Air Service Douglas World Cruisers (DWC) in Scotland during their first around the world flight. The DWC in Scapa Flow, Scotland, before hopping off for Iceland. The Americans inspect Dreadnought Hindenberg sunk by the Germans. Several views of this ship. Two of the fliers on gun barrels. Crew of USS Richmond cheer for American aviators preparing to hop off to Iceland. Mixed personnel as they raise their hats and give three cheers. Crew members being escorted out to the airplanes. A world cruiser. The aircraft being refueled. Birds in the water. The world cruiser in flight. World Cruiser No. 3, piloted by Lieutenant Leigh Wade, afloat. World Cruiser No. 3 afloat near a ship. USS Richmond attempts to pull the world cruiser aboard. The world cruiser being towed in very rough waters. Italian flier Locatelli, also attempting a world flight, is forced down and is picked up by a U.S. cruiser. An Italian airplane afloat. The aircraft burning. Locatelli is taken aboard USS Richmond. Locatelli being greeted by the captain of the ship.
The government crashes in the United Kingdom. In Ballater, Scotland : King George V of the United Kingdom reviews honor guard. The King drives away in a car. In London, England : United Kingdom Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald with his Labour party members and leaders of the Conservatives liberals to form his cabinet.
A golf course in Saint Andrews, Scotland. Marvin 'Bud' of United States hits the golf ball during the Walker cup match. People around watch and move. A man carries clubs in a bag. He moves with the player. United States beats Britain 8-4, winning the Walker cup.
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.
Crowds gathered in Trafalgar Square, London,at night, to hear results of The 1924 United Kingdom general election. Groups cheer favorite candidates' elections are announced. Mounted policemen keep order. A double-decker bus and an automobile move slowly along the street near the crowd. At first, a light rain is falling. So many people carry umbrellas. Later, the rain has stopped. Men setting up powerful "sunlight arc lamps" to illuminate other crowded streets for cameramen. View of the crowds illuminated by the arc lamps. A bus passes displaying a large advertisement for the show "Leap Year" playing at the London Hippodrome, .
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon visit boys camp in Balmoral, Scotland. King George VI of United KIngdom, Queen Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and two princesses arrive in the Abergeldie Castle camp. King George play games with boys in camp. Shooting at target range. A boys takes photos. The King operates a camera. Boys sitting on ground. The King, the Queen, the princesses and others seated in chairs.