A Dutch newsreel including items on the return of Miss Europa Corinne Rottschäffer from the United States, the ninth space congress, and the launch of the tanker Borgny.
A Dutch newsreel including items on the visit of Queen Juliana to the military engineering groups in Empel, the opening of the Children's Book Week and a gymnastics tournament between the women's teams of the Netherlands and West Germany.
Documentary about Volendam in winter.
Reportage about a football match.
Reportage about a football match Reportage about a football match in the stadium in Deventer.
Reportage about the matches in the challenge cup held by Edam’s Sport Comité.
The football matches for the challenge cup held by Edam's Sports Comité (ESC) were followed by fans young and old. The reportage shows the Edam football field, in a spacious polder area. The teams E.V.C. (from Edam) and K.F.C. (from Koog aan de Zaan) pose for the camera. During the breaks, the audience enthusiastically waves at the camera. A police officer keeps the youngest spectators off the field. After the matches are over, the camera focuses in on the silver cup.
Reportage about Army Day.
Propaganda Film About the Dutch Military.
Holland neutraal (Neutral Holland) is this film’s subtitle, which was meant to show that the Dutch armed forces are very much prepared to guarantee the Netherlands’ neutrality in World War One. The more than 2.5-hour film was made by Willy Mullens in 1917, when other Western European armies had become numbed after three long years in the trenches. The footage in the Army and Navy Film depicts a relatively high-spirited mood, considering how the Dutch military had mobilized but not actually participated in the war.
Reportage about the gymnastics festival organized by the Hilversum Gymnastics Association (HGV), and the performance of the North Holland District of the Royal Dutch Gymnastics Federation on June 10, 11, and 12 in Hilversum.