WAR OFFICE OFFICIAL TOPICAL BUDGET 342-2 (Spanish version, fragment) [Main Title]
II. Spanish language version of a newsreel item on King George V presenting medals to convalescent soldiers or the relatives of dead soldiers at a hospital near London, March 1918.
I. Spanish language version of a newsreel item on a visit by King George V and Queen Mary to Reading, March 1918.
III. Spanish language version of a newsreel item on members of the Chinese Labour Corps celebrating the Chinese New Year at Noyelles, France, 11th February 1918.
I. The King and Queen tour the Sutton War Seeds works, and then the Huntley and Palmers biscuits works, watching as girls perform most of the tasks in both.
II. Various soldiers come up to receive their decorations. Also receiving a medal is the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel R L Beasley, collecting his DSO. With Mrs Beasley is her small son, who shakes hands with and then salutes the King, then repeats the ceremony with the Queen, who is standing beside him.
III. As British soldiers and French civilians watch, the Chinese hold a procession through the village, including a paper dragon and stilt walkers.