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20 Incredible Pictures Of Brave Animals On The Battlefields Of World War I

Messenger dog bringing a message across a river on the Western Front (British War Dogs: Their Training and Psychology; Skeffington & Son, Ltd, London)

McLellan D (2nd Lt) -- A Sergeant of a Royal Engineers signals section puts a message into the cylinder attached to the collar of a messenger dog, Etaples, 28 August 1918.

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20 increíbles imágenes de animales en la Primera Guerra Mundial (FOTOS)

(Courtesy of The Great War Primary Documents Archive www.gwpda.org) Soldados enviando un mensaje con un perro mensajero. (British War Dogs: Their Training and Psychology; Skeffington & Son, Ltd, London)

Royal Engineers handler at the Army Vet Corps Headquarters near Nieppe Wood on 19 May 1918. The paws of the dogs are bandaged as to protect the burns they suffered from mustard gas.

Première Guerre mondiale, le capitaine anglais Richardson avec son chien, en 1914.

Dog handlers with medic dogs in front of the kennels at the Eastern Front in World War I. Every dog has a name, that is attached to each kennel. Germany ©SZ Photo / Scherl / The Image Works

Un soldat britannique jouant avec le chien mascotte Jack.

Shortly afterwards he was shot down and wounded by return fire from a German two-seater aircraft of FAA 227 over Kortrijk on 23 February 1918. He spent the rest of the war as a prisoner of war in Germany. He tried to escape on 13 April 1918 but was caught ten days later.

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20 increíbles imágenes de animales en la Primera Guerra Mundial (FOTOS)

(Courtesy of The Great War Primary Documents Archive www.gwpda.org) Soldados llevando perros de guerra. (British War Dogs: Their Training and Psychology; Skeffington & Son, Ltd, London)

Blanche Richardson & pupils at the British War Dog School