Animated Weekly, No. 138 (1914)

Bottling the Baltic: England's powerful navy which is now engaged blockading the enemy's fleet. Glimpses from the Theater of War: Actual scenes taken in and around the battlefields of ... See full summary »

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Bottling the Baltic: England's powerful navy which is now engaged blockading the enemy's fleet. Glimpses from the Theater of War: Actual scenes taken in and around the battlefields of Europe. Sub-titles: Retreating from Antwerp; German gunfire destroys churches at Malines; Fording flooded streets at Malines; Armored car returning with war trophies; Motor scouts from firing line; Belgian Red Cross caring for wounded; Termonde Bridge after German bombardment. Kitchener's Army: King George and Queen Mary witness the departure of new recruits for army training quarters, Aldershot, England. England's Prisoners of War: Surrounded by electrified barbed-wire fence, thousands of Germans are interned at Detention Camp, Camberley near Aldershot, England. Sub-titles: Prisoners gather wood for cooking, heating, etc. Lined up for rations. Caring for the Wounded: At all hours of day and night wounded soldiers can be seen arriving at West Ham Hospital, the greatest institution of its kind in London, ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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USA

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English

Release Date:

28 October 1914 (USA) See more »

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Silent

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1.33 : 1
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