Beschreibung:I. 'GERMAN SUBMARINE COMES TO LONDON. The German submarine-minelayer U.C.5 captured by the British Navy, moored off Temple Pier'. MS off the port quarter of UC.5 secured alongside the pier - old London Bridge visible in the background. The U-boat still wears the German ensign.II. 'KING ALBERT'S BAND. The Band of the Belgian Guides accompanied by the Welsh Guards on their way to Chelsea Hospital.' HA.MS as crowd accompanies along a road the band of the Welsh Guards, followed by the Belgian contingent - only the Welsh are playing. The crowd wave to the camera and seem in a holiday mood. Two buses follow up the rear.III. 'STAFFORDSHIRE HOUSE ENTERTAINS WOUNDED SOLDIERS. A donkey race and a light-the-cigarette race provide plenty of amusement for the wounded Tommies from the Hospitals'. Women run down marked-out lanes to light men's cigarettes - once the cigarette is alight the two run off together. The process is repeated with different men and women over the same course in a relay. Some of the women's cigarette lighting technique is a little patchy. LS down the track as women run a race - there is little concession to athleticism as all the contestants wear long dresses and some are in bonnets. They cross the finishing tape and one contestant collides with a group of soldiers watching the race - the men do not seem displeased.IV. 'PAGEANT OF WOMEN WAR WORKERS. The Women's procession of War workers marching through the West End with a tableau, in honour of Lord Kitchener's memory.' Women parade past camera carrying banners: 'HELP OUR PRISONERS IN GERMANY', COME BACK HUGHES AND COME AT ONCE', HUGHES IS NEEDED HERE AND NOW', THE PEOPLE'S MESSAGE - COME BACK HUGHES', 'HONOUR THE MEN IN THE TRENCHES', etc. A woman rides past dressed in imitation chain mail with a lance in hand, followed by a second horsewoman in mock-medieval costume. Wagons carry various tableaux. Boadicea passes in her chariot, Queen Elizabeth I on horseback. More banners favouring Hughes, preceded by riders dressed as Australians. 'MR. LLOYD GEORGE WATCHES THE PROCESSION. The Secretary of State for War watches the women marching past the War Office.' LA to Lloyd George looking down from balcony. MSs of the procession - wagons, mock Australians, women dressed in white each carrying a staff topped with flowers, a banner calling on God to save the King. As the sequence ends, police are moving across the street to check the advance of the crowd - some of the ladies carrying flower-staves look back at the disturbance.
I. Captured German submarine is displayed in London.II. Band of the Belgian Guides visits LondonIII. Convalescent soldiers are entertained.IV. A procession of women war workers marches through the West End of London.
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