Slate refers to "new warriors of Turkey,"suggesting that it reflects changes brought about by Ataturk in the 1920s.
Closeup of Turkish officers posing in dress uniform. They wear caps with unusual insignia, although a soldier seen behind them wears the Fez. A young soldier sits in a tree above and behind them. closeup of an individual officer's moustache. Scene shifts to a group of Turkish cavalry mounted on horses and carrying lances. They wear steel helmets. Several spectators stand behind them.
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.
Views of a poultry farm of domestic turkeys in Westley California. A man feeding the turkeys. The flock of turkeys jumps over a culvert filled with water. An old man sharpens and axe against a grinding wheel and tests its edge with his finger. This flock of turkeys will be killed for Thanksgiving in Westley, California.
A pillow fight in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Turkeys in a garden. Girls run behind the turkeys. They fight with pillows full of turkey feathers. A girl on the ground with turkey feathers all over her face.