A race for homing pigeons in Selby, England. Men open cages as they set their homing pigeons free for a race. The pigeons fly off in the sky to win the first prize worth $2,500,000.
Several men give water to the pigeons in cages. Many cages in rows. The men open the cages and release the pigeons. The pigeons fly in the sky. The men watch the flock flying.
German Chancellor Adolf Hitler reoccupies the Rhineland and denounces the Locarno Pact in 1936. The signing of the Locarno Treaties in London, England in 1925. Officials arrive at the building where the Locarno Treaties are to be signed. Chancellor Hans Luther of Germany affixes his signature to the Locarno Treaty assuring peace to all the principal countries of Europe. At the head of the table in the center are Stanley Baldwin and Sir Austin Chamberlain, leaders of the British Delegation. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler violates the Treaty of Versailles on 7th March 1936 by sending German military forces into the Rhineland, a demilitarized zone along the Rhine River in western Germany. German troops march over the Hohenzollern bridge in Cologne, Germany. The troops march along a road. Cologne Cathedral in the background. A German crowd cheers as the troops parade. Swastika banners hang from buildings. German troops parading in Dusseldorf. The troops on horseback and horse-carriages pass along narrow streets of Dusseldorf. Parading troops are cheered by a crowd in Frankfurt am Main. German troops parade in front of a building during a wreath laying ceremony followed by Chancellor Hitler and other Nazi officials. Newspaper headlines about Hitler denouncing the Locarno Pact. A government minister with press. French Prime Minister Albert Sarraut at a microphone reassures the security of France. Belgium soldiers march along a street.
Athletic events at the 1936 track events between the USA and Great Britain in London, England, United Kingdom. The athletes of various participating nations during the march-past. Athletes on the mark for the men's race to begin. They run along the track, while the spectators cheer.
Athletes running the marathon race during the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin (Eleventh Olympiad). Spectators cheer. A man delivering race commentary. Kitel Son of Japan wins marathon race; Ernest Harper of England comes in second; Shoryu Nan of Japan, Third; Erkki Tamila of Finland, fourth; Vaino Muinonen of Finland, fifth; Johannes Coleman of South Africa, sixth.
The men's hurdle race and relay race events at the 1936 track events between the USA and Great Britain in London. The cheering spectators enjoying the event and wave at the athletes. A close competition between the athletes. Outside the stadium a crowd in line waiting for the ticket and entrance into the stadium. Police officials can also be seen.