Turkish leader Sultan Vahideddin (Mehmed VI) leaves palace in Constantinople via horse-drawn carriage. Turkish leader Enver Pasha shares open car with Kaiser Wilhelm II during Pasha's visit to Germany in March, 1915. Huge parade and assembly in Constantinople, Turkey, as it mobilizes in World War 1. Scene of German Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, posing with his staff officers in World War I era.
Turkish Army cavalry camp during World War 1. Tents set up in the center of the encampment. Numerous horses are tied up on one side of the camp. Saddles are arranged in a row in front of the tents and arms are stacked nearby. In next scene, Officers stand before troops drawn up in a casualformation. Next, soldiers pose for the camera, standing around two others reading and drinking from a bottle, respectively. ( WWI; WW1)
German built Turko-German Light Cruiser, the Breslau, during World War I in Dardanelles, Turkey.
British troops disembark during World War I at Sedd el Bahr, Cape Helles, in the Dardanelles, Turkey. Soldiers sit and stand in ship and at piers. Soldiers lay a narrow gauge rail track from beach. A steam roller stands nearby the laid track and soldiers stand around. A small car is moved on tracks.
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.