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Pathé’s Weekly, No. 52 () LoadingSUBSCRIBE

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  • Release: 1912-12-23
  • Director: N/A
  • Writers: N/A
  • Language: None | English
  • Stars: King Nicholas of Montenegro
  • Runtime: min
  • Awards: N/A
  • AKA: Pathé's Weekly, No. 52 (United States of America)
  • Plot: Washington. D.C: The Congress of Governors in session at Richmond, Va., go to Washington to call on President Taft. Tripoli, Tripoli: The Declaration of Peace is read to the populace. Philadelphia, Pa: The launching of the Hudson River Day Line steamer, "Washington Irving," is attended by fifty red-headed girls from the Washington Irving High School of New York. The Balkan War, Tahanovce, Turkey: The Commissary Departments of the Servian Army are having their own troubles in provisioning the army, on account of the terrible condition of the roads. Vranje, Servia: The hospital corps of the Servian army is well equipped with auto ambulances. Vasjo, Turkey: Five thousand Albanian prisoners of war pass through this town under military escort, bound for one of the fortresses on the Servian frontier. Skja, Turkey: The King of Montenegro lands on the captured territory and takes charge of a convoy of wounded from the field before Skutari. Constantinople, Turkey: The international fleet of warships, representing the United States and many of the European powers, lies at anchor in the port ready to protect the foreigners in the city in the event of a Moslem uprising.
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