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Summary: I. Versailles in use as a hospital.
II. Married men go to war.
III. Rowing race
Description: I. 'PALACE OF VERSAILLES AS HOSPITAL: Scenes in the French Red Cross hospital where the "Poilus" are cared for by charming nurses'. Nurses and a doctor attend to a patient. One of the long rooms of the Palace of Versailles has been converted into a ward, in which doctors and nurses are carrying out a tour of inspection. Some of the patients, sitting in bed or walking around.
II. 'MARRIED MENS' (sic) CALL: How the first groups of married men to be called to the colours, will be trained, before they are passed as for the front'. Scenes of shirt-sleeved recruits being put through their paces: drill, exercises, weapons training (bayonet and machine gun) and practice in trenches.
III. 'KEEPING FIT AT SEA: Middies occupy their spare time with racing for the championship of the Fleet'. Sailors hold a rowing race. (Abrupt end.)