Training exercise and demonstration by the Royal Scots Greys and 2nd Dragoons cavalry in the UK. Bugler sounds an alarm. The cavalry respond. They ride their horses on steep cliffs and over difficult terrain. They cross a 10 foot deep river with strong currents in which their mounts must swim. On the other side, they join with other elements riding through woods.
Newsreel: "Put-in-Bay Ohio Dedicate great Perry Memorial! Giant shaft commemorates immortal victory in Battle of Lake Erie". Shows ceremonies for the tall monument that commemorates the Battle of Lake Erie in which Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry won a great naval battle during the War of 1812. The memorial also celebrates enduring peace between the UK, Canada, and the United States after the war. The memorial is observed from distance. Whole height of the column is observed. Close view of Ohio Governor George White beside another civilian dignitary, with several U.S. Navy and U.S. Army military officers flanking and behind them. Official dedication is celebrated. Dignitaries are seen above the stairs. Governor George White giving a speech. The Doric column -- the world's largest at 352 feet -- was officially named in 1936 by President Franklin Roosevelt as: Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial National Monument.
The Malta Conference in Malta, January - February 1945. The Malta fortification, building and towers. A plane taxis on the Luqa Airport on the island. General Woods, Smith, Marshall and Brehon B. Somervell deplane in Malta. Major General C.P. Woods shakes hands. Lt. General Walter B. Smith met by British Air Commander Whitney Strait. Ambassador W. Abel Hellemen with Major General F. M. Andersen. Arrival of Admiral Ernest J.King at the airport. Field Marshall Sir Harold Alexander, Supreme Allied Commander in the Mediterranean Theater. Admiral Andrew and B. Cunningham greet each other. General George C. Marshall steps off a plane. General Brehon B. Somervell greets England's Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. On February 2, 1945 an American warship arrives with U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He is saluted by the British Prime Minister Churchill. Sailors on deck. View of the Montgomery House. Combined meeting of U.S. and British Chiefs of Staff at the Montgomery House. The chiefs are seated around a table, military plans agreed upon. A wall map in the background. Delegates leave for another conference. Policemen control the crowds on either sides of a street. A Russian airport near Yalta in the Crimea. A transport plane lands at the airport. Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov greets Allied leaders outside a tent. Edward Stettinius U.S. Secretary of State gets off the plane. UK Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. The flags of three countries fly over the field: US, UK and Soviet Union. Secretary of State outside the tent. Harry Hopkins arrives. Prime Minister Churchill gets off a UK plane. Kremlin Guards form the guard of honor. Franklin D Roosevelt greeted by Russian reception committee. Daughters of Roosevelt and Churchill talk All the delegates around the transport plane. Delegates salute during the national anthem. British Prime Minister and U.S. President inspect the guard of honor after the national anthem. Kremlin Guards march past in review.
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Lloyd George arrives at Downing Street in London, England during World War I. United Kingdom Prime Minister David Lloyd George gets off from a car. People crowd on the street. British Union Leader Arthur Henderson gets off from a car. People stand in the background. Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Arthur James Balfour in a car. A man opens a door of the car. The former Prime Minister gets out from the car.
The Labor Party leads the Conservative Party in the British Election. London: A huge crowd waits in Britain to watch the results of the General Election. The result board show the Labor Party leading the Conservative Party. A man with spectacles raises both his arms and cheers. A few men climb on the fountains and cheer. Men stand on top of the fountain. A car arrives. Several photographers take pictures. An officer opens the door of the car. UK Prime Minister and Conservative politician Sir Alec Douglas-Home arrives in the car. Several officials accompany the Prime Minister inside the Conservative Party Headquarters. Number 10 written on the entrance door of the Headquarters. Photographers take pictures of the Prime Minister. Several people seated in the hall inside the building. A board reads 'Transport House' outside the Labor Party Headquarters. People in the Headquarters awaiting the arrival of the new Prime Minister. Newly elected UK Prime Minister Harold Wilson arrives the Headquarters with other officials. People cheer Prime Minister Wilson. The Prime Minister with his wife Mary Wilson and other officials. Mary Wilson holds flowers in her hands. Prime Minister Wilson kisses his wife. Other officials by their side.
Former U.S. Ambassador to UK, Joseph Kennedy, records a speech in Washington D.C., United States during World War II. He speaks about candidly reporting on the situation of United Kingdom while he was Ambassador to UK.