Brief glimpse of the RMS Olympic (sister ship of the ill-fated Titanic) arriving in Southampton, England. Among her passengers is the Duke of Wales, returning from his holiday, abroad. A tugboat assists the Olympic and several small boats are seen off her starboard.
Harbor activity Invasion Port in Southampton, England. Liberty ships and Landing Crafts on Harbor. United States soldiers unload supplies from landing crafts on beach. Bulldozer pulls DUKW (Amphibious truck)from shore. Overturned jeep bogged down in mud. Soldiers get into water from Landing Crafts and advance towards the beach.
Lieutenant D'Arcy Greig on a Curtiss R3C racer in Southampton, England. The lieutenant standing. Curtiss R3C racer with pontoons warms up. Men work on the plane. The pilot gets into the plane. The plane is pushed towards water. It taxis on water and takes off.
A film titled 'Shackleton's Last Antarctic expedition' about Sir Ernest Shackleton's last expedition to Antarctica. A map as a pointer points at route to be taken during the expedition. Ernest Shackleton before leaving for the expedition. Ship named Quest in a harbor. The ship leaves Southampton, England and sails past RMS Aquitania.
Starboard side of Bremen Ship underway at sea, at high speed. Bow wave and wake visible. Ship is heading for Southampton. Port side of the Bremen underway at sea. Smoke emits from the two stacks of the ship.
Defeated Liberal , Vera Florence Annie Woodhouse (Lady Terrington) and Major General Sir Alfred Knox, following announcement of his election as Member of Parliament for Wycombe, in the 1924 general election. Major General Sir Alfred Knox, wearing an outsize boutonniere is seen leaning out window of the Falcon Hotel,High Wycombe, England, as his supporters cheer him from below. Lady Terrington and supporters gathered on portico roof of Red Lion Hotel. She waves to her loyal supporters. Crowds cheering in a square, as Knox and Terrington appear at an open window and shake hands. Bobbies (policemen) escorting Lady Terrington through the crowd. Another contingent of policemen escort Major General Sir A. Knox. The newly elected MP, Major General Knox, smiles for the camera.