A steam locomotive railroad train moves along railway tracks in Lule Burgas Ottoman Empire (Lüleburgaz Turkey). The train crosses a bridge over a river. Small nearby explosions indicate that the train is being fired upon. Smoke rises up in the sky. After the train passes, Bulgarian troops on horseback are seen charging toward the area across a battlefield. Small explosions cross their path. Dust rises as the cavalry passes by. Bulgarian Army forces seen firing weapons and artillery canons at Turkish positions.
Nicholas I, King of Montenegro, reviewing veteran soldiers loosely formed on both sides of a road, following declaration of war against Turkey, on October 8, 1912. The troops cheer their king. Scene changes to King Nicholas with advisers strolling behind the royal palace in Cetinje. Scene shifts to a crowded operating theater in a hospital, with surgical team operating on a patient. Slate alludes to transport and care of wounded following battle with Turkish forces at Scutari. Montenegrin wounded being carried on stretchers along mountainous roadway and up steep steps to an emergency field medical treatment center. Some medical staff in white, stand near the ramp. Later, several wounded are carried back down the steps to waiting trucks for transport to hospitals.
Men lined on a bench turkey plucking competition at Ottman and Company building in New York. Plucked turkeys piled in front of them. The winner plucking 30 turkeys in 50 minutes is presented a turkey. The turkey flaps in his hands. A slow motion segment shows a man in the competition yawning while pulling off turkey feathers.
First Lady of the United States, Mrs. Patricia Nixon receives thanksgiving turkeys from National Turkey Federation in the White House, Washington DC. Officials present Mrs Nixon with turkeys. White House officials watch the turkeys. Mrs Nixon watches the turkeys and talks to the officials.
Man behind a rafter of turkeys in Sudbury, Massachusetts. A turkey with its wattle neck and fan shaped tails. View of roasted turkey. Chef slices the cooked turkey, and he along with two guests eats a slice of the roasted turkey.
Shown is tail section of a U.S. B-25 medium bomber, tail number 43-36154, assigned to the 11th Air Force, 77th Bombardment Squadron (Medium). Twin tails and tail gunner position and guns visible. Snowy slopes seen in background. In the first scene that shows members of the flight crew standing in front of number two engine, they are believed to be: starting back left (moving to the right behind the propeller): Armorer/Tail gunner: Samuel Ward Craig (Shelocta, PA), Pilot: Willard L. Castledine (Three Rivers, MA), Radioman/Waist Gunner: Hugh W. Wilson (Paducah, KY), (coming around to the front of the propeller on the right moving left), Navigator/Bombardier: Kemmer W. Schricker (Davenport, IA), Co-Pilot: Kenneth H. Wait (Rickreal, OR), Engineer/Turret Gunner: Roman F. Ales (Luling, TX) The crew members pull engine #2 through, with the propeller, to assure against hydraulic lock, before starting.