A copy of newspaper Palestine Post with the headline "Tel Aviv outlawed: Martial law over half of Yishuv." British military outposts seen in town. Flowers are seen. Boys ride their bicycles. British soldiers talk to people and smoke cigarettes.
A newsreel titled 'Martial law lifted in Palestine' shows, armed crewmen inspect a wrecked train after a bomb blast and guards patrol the area in Jerusalem, Palestine. Jewish agency executives including American representatives gather at a hospital to meet with President David Ben-Gurion and discuss the creation of a Jewish state. Martial law being lifted as people move out on streets and British soldiers remove barbed wires.
Group of officials in a meeting in Tel Aviv Palestine (later Tel Aviv, Israel). Officials walk out of the Press Club. Board at the entrance reads 'Press Club Tel Aviv'. Officials enter the Public Information Office.
The Cornice of Tel Aviv on Sabbath Day in Tel Aviv, Palestine. People walk in and out of the building. Huge crowd walks along the sea coast. Young Palestinian crowd on the terrace. Car driven past a building. People walking in front of the building.
Tel Aviv Teachers' school for girls in Tel Aviv, Palestine. Group of girls walk in school yard. They converse with each other. Girls walk up and down the stairs of the school building. Some of the girls enter the building.
The Commission for city planning of Tel Aviv studies on the development of the town in Tel Aviv, Palestine. Engineers standing near River Yarkon survey the area and plan for the development of 'Sir Arthur Waucope' bridge. Engineers look at a map of the bridge. Boats in the River Yarkon. The bridge being built in memory of Sir Arthur Waucope for his benevolent actions in Palestine.