Wounded soldiers collecting presents and large Xmas crackers from "Tom Smith's".
Location of events unknown - somewhere in UK.
"Tommy Atkins" and Tom Smith.
Group of wounded British soldiers and sailors crossing street carrying a massive Christmas cracker with words "Tom Smith's" in middle and a Union Jack on either side. A policeman holds up traffic while they cross.
Shot of the disabled soldiers on crutches coming out of doorway, each carries a stack of boxes (gifts for soldiers?), a small crowd watches. They are followed by two men carrying the big Xmas cracker. Above door is a sign which reads "Tom Smith's Office".
Note: not sure what or who Tom Smith is - possibly well-known firm / company of time. Tommy Atkins is the nickname given to British soldiers (ie Tommies).