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MAP OF EASTERN EUROPE, INCLUDING RUSSIA, GALICIA, AUSTRIA
AUSTRIAN VILLAGE DURING WWI. GIRL SWEEPS BALCONY.
VILLAGE NEAR RUSSIAN BORDER. OLD WORLD CUSTOMS.
DRAMATIZATION OF CZAR NICHOLAS II (PORTRAYED BY ACTOR) MEETING WITH MINISTER OF WAR
FLASHBACK, CU CALANDER PAGE ON FIRE. AUGUST 6, 1914. RE-ENACTMENT RUSSIA AT WAR WITH AUSTRIA AND GERMANY. TROOPS MARCHING. PASS JESUS ON THE CROSS ON HILLSIDE.
RE-ENACTMENT RUSSIAN OFFICERS IN MEETING. OFFICER LOOKS AT WRIST WATCH
BUGLER BLOWS BUGLE TO CALL TROOPS TOGETHER.
PEASANTS TROOPS RIDE THROUGH TOWN.
GERMAN SUBMARINE U-35 SIGHTS, CHASES STEAMERSHIP STROMBOLI. TORPEDOES SHIP, SINKS SHIP. ARTILLERY GUNS ON SHIP. STEAMERSHIP STROMBOLI SUNK BY GERMAN SUB. SUBMARINE WARFARE. BOMBER CREW OF U-35 BOAT THE STEAMER IN ROW BOAT ROW TO THE STROMBOLI.
STEAMER BOARDED BY GERMANS
THE PARKGATE STOPPED BY SUBMARINE U-35 IN MID-OCEAN. CAPTAIN AND CREW ORDERED OFF THE STEAMER, ONLY THE CAPTAIN IS TAKEN ON BOARD THE SUBMARINE. CREW SENT OFF IN GERMAN LIFEBOATS BOMBING THE SHIP, SINKING SHIP. SHIP SINKS
ENGLISH SAILING SHIP "MISS MORRIS" STOPPED BY U-BOAT. SCHOONER SUNK.
NENTMORE SUNK BY U-BOAT.
GERMAN TROOPS ON SUBMARINE RETURN HOME WITH FLAGS FLYING ON SUB FOR ALL THE SHIPS SHE SUNK.
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