Montage of scenes involving Cavalry of the British 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons Service Squadron, serving with the 36th (Ulster) Division on the Western Front in World War 1. The Squadron demonstrates a charge for the camera. Change of scene shows the Squadron on horseback, in a snowy landsccape, and then, dismounted, moving acoss a battlefield, and taking up defensive positions. The next sequence shows troops assembling simple rafts with poles and canvas bag floats. The next sequence shows glimpse of a muddy campsite, followed by scene of dismounted Dragoons pointing rifles from established open fortificatons. Next, two soldiers are seen preparing a fire in front of their makeshift shelter. Three others hunker down in their shelter. Soldiers reading mail behind heavy timber fortifcation as another watches out for enemy. Troops relaxing behind well-established fortifications. A 6th Inniskilling Dragoon walks up close to the camera. His cap insignia, an image of Enniskillen Castle (a.k.a. Inniskilling Castle) is clearly seen.
Russian troops advancing through a village on the Western front, during World War I. A red Cross representative stands to the side and speaks to an officer accompanying the soldiers.
Injured Allied troops on the Western Front during World War I. Canadian troops march in raincoats. Injured soldiers in trenches. Men carry injured on litters. Soldiers fire artillery. A loaded horse drawn wagon. Troops march in columns.
Cavalry of the British 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons Service Squadron, attached to the 36th (Ulster) Division on the Western Front in World War 1. Soldiers are seen assembling simple rafts with poles and canvas bag floats. Then members of the Squadron, with their horses, are seen lined up along a road overlooking a river. Cavalrymen proceed, four at time, to ride across the river with their personal gear, including saddles, as they are pulled across by those already on the other side.
French troops on the Western front in World War 1, hear an alarm, and leave their barricaded emplacement to respond. They move through an area of war damaged buildings and pass through a doorway on one of the buildings. (WWI; WW1)
German military evacuate refugees from areas of Western front subject to heary French bombardment, during World War 1. German soldiers give refugees food and drink and help then into wagons with their belongings. The wagons move on a street. Houses in the background.