Gravure 1872 - Le Tondage général des Chevaux dans l'armée

Gravure 1872 - Le Tondage général des Chevaux dans l'armée

CAMEROON Musgu Chief, antique print, 1870

CAMEROON Musgu Chief, antique print, 1870

Soldiers Paying Tribute to the horses and donkeys that died

Soldiers Paying Tribute

Soldiers Paying Tribute to the horses and donkeys that died

This is Nelson, a real war horse that fought in WW1 along side his human, Alfred Henn. Until his death in 2000, Alfred kept a photograph of his war horse he had cherished as a young soldier.

This is Nelson, a real war horse that fought in WW1 along side his human, Alfred Henn. Until his death in 2000, Alfred kept a photograph of his war horse he had cherished as a young soldier.

Young cavalry soldier, WWI

Young cavalry soldier, WWI

This is a 9.25" x 7.75" rectangular mouse pad. It is 1/4 inch thick, NOT the cheap 1/8 inch ones around which warp and peel. This is high quality mouse pad, it will last for years and it is washable.

Beautiful Animal Mouse Pad Wild Horses

This is a 9.25" x 7.75" rectangular mouse pad. It is 1/4 inch thick, NOT the cheap 1/8 inch ones around which warp and peel. This is high quality mouse pad, it will last for years and it is washable.

Crow War

Crow War

Reckless. She was BELOVED by the Marines.  They took care of her better than they took care of themselves – throwing their flak jackets over her to protect her when incoming was heavy, risking their own safety.

Reckless. She was BELOVED by the Marines. They took care of her better than they took care of themselves – throwing their flak jackets over her to protect her when incoming was heavy, risking their own safety.

Horses in the Great War are as much a symbol of that conflict as the mud of Passchedaele or the gas mask. Veterans I interviewed in the 1980s had harrowing, often terribly sad memories of animals they had cared for at the front, and in my Great War photo archive I have literally hundreds of images showing a beloved horse, special to a particular soldier who brought them home.

Horses in the Great War are as much a symbol of that conflict as the mud of Passchedaele or the gas mask. Veterans I interviewed in the 1980s had harrowing, often terribly sad memories of animals they had cared for at the front, and in my Great War photo archive I have literally hundreds of images showing a beloved horse, special to a particular soldier who brought them home.

Unshakeable courage of the real War Horses: The eight million forgotten animals who were killed on the frontline

Unshakeable courage of the real War Horses: The eight million forgotten animals who were killed on the frontline

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