I. Newsreel item on a children's May Day parade through Kent, 1st May 1918.
II. Newsreel item on the break-up of a pacifist meeting in Finsbury Park, London, May 1918.
III. Newsreel item on a Land Girl calling for volunteers in the middle of London, helping one lady to sign on, May 1918.
IV. Newsreel item on British soldiers helping refugees, including old ladies, onto a train for evacuation, near Béthune, Western Front, 10th-14th April 1918.
The children's banners show that they come from London or its suburbs. The procession passes two cars full of soldiers and one sergeant gets out and jokingly kisses the May Queen. The May Queen is later ceremonially crowned.
It is raining in the park. People in a large crowd wave at the camera. Mounted police move through the crowd and one man can be seen to be led away in handcuffs.