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Short documentary charting the development of Portsmouth as a strategic defensive town and naval port.
Royal College of Art; 1969; B/W; sound
Early footage of Freemasons processing along Fawcett Road to the site of St Matthews Church, Southsea, on 21 May 1902.
Alfred J West; 1902; B/W; silent
Military and naval exercises at Portsmouth, fílmed by pioneer cinematographer Alfred J West, 1897-1900.
Alfred J West; 1897-1900; B/W; silent]
Early footage from Wests Our Navy series, depicting a Royal Navy field gun run.
Alfred J West; cl900; B/W; silent
Taken by West, this footage of Royal Navy exercises in North Harbour formed part of a fake Newsreel in 1905.
Alfred J West; cl905; B/W; silent
Local events captured in 1938, by Portsmouth Cine Club members.
Portsmouth Cine Club; 1938; B/W; silent
A silent film recalling the philanthropic cobbler, made by Portsmouth Cine Club to mark his death in 1839.
Portsmouth Cine Club; 1939; B/W; silent
Silent colour footage from the PIMCO publicity department, featuring many Portsmouth landmarks lost during World War Two bombing raids.
PIMCO; cl937; Colour; silent