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A soviet cavalry squadron pursuing retreating germans world war ll News Photo 170987608 | Getty Images

A soviet cavalry squadron pursuing retreating germans, world war ll.

A soviet cavalry squadron pursuing retreating germans world war ll News Photo 170987608

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Dismounted soviet cavalry troops attacking german lines march 1942 ww... News Photo 170985536 | Getty Images

Dismounted soviet cavalry troops attacking german lines march 1942 ww. News Photo 170985536

Z21 1941 Sid Wexler Saddled on Horse US Army Cavalry WWII Original Photo

Z21 1941 Sid Wexler Saddled on Horse US Army Cavalry WWII Original Photo

The U.S. Cavalry in Belgium, during World War I. International Museum of the Horse.

Cavalry in Belgium, during World War I. International Museum of the Horse.

SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945 MIDDLE EAST. A trooper and his horse from the TransJordan Frontier Force Cavalry Regiment with anti-gas respirators fitted in the "ready" position. Photograph taken at Hamboughi on the Latakia-Aleppo road in Syria. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945 MIDDLE EAST. A trooper and his horse from the TransJordan Frontier Force Cavalry Regiment with anti-gas respirators fitted in the "ready" position. Photograph taken at Hamboughi on the Latakia-Aleppo road in Syria. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

WWI horses

World War I Animals: Horses

Members of the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment rest their horses by the side of the road, in France. (National Library of Scotland) World War I in Photos: Animals at War - The Atlantic

A red army cavalry unit with machine-gun carriages on the march, june 1942.

A red army cavalry unit with machine-gun carriages on the march, june

November 1915: A member of the Canadian Cavalry waters the horses at camp during World War I. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

November 1915 - A member of the Canadian Cavalry waters the horses at camp during World War I. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Général pétain Paris fête la victoire 11 novembre 1918

Général pétain Paris fête la victoire 11 novembre 1918

The 1st Life Guards parading before leaving for France. 1914

The Life Guards parading (at Hyde Park Barracks) before leaving for France: a photograph taken by Mrs Albert Broom. Image courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, with my thanks.

nick britten ‏@Nick_Britten  Troops of the Lothian and Berwickshire Yeomanry at equestrian games at Skinners Court. © IWM (Q 72316) pic.twitter.com/04ob9dzWWD

nick britten ‏@Nick_Britten Troops of the Lothian and Berwickshire Yeomanry at equestrian games at Skinners Court. © IWM (Q 72316) pic.twitter.com/04ob9dzWWD

The unsung heroes of the front: A Red Army artillery element has been destroyed by a direct enemy hit. All team horses but one have perished along with the team driver sprawled on the ground on the left. The lone survivor horse simply pauses over the death scene. Poignant image of the viciousness and brutality of the Eastern Front.

The unsung heroes of the front: A Red Army artillery element has been destroyed by a direct enemy hit. All team horses but one have perished along with the team driver sprawled on the ground on the left. The lone survivor horse simply pauses over the death scene. Poignant image of the viciousness and brutality of the Eastern Front.

A team of horses or mules is pulling an empty limber along a dust track. Cloth sacks have been tied to a metal rail along its side. At the back of the limber, a man in shirtsleeves balances next to the wheel. The 'limber' is the detachable front part of a horse-drawn gun carriage. In this instance it is being used to transport food and equipment. This is a good example of the resourcefulness of the men at the Front.  This photograph was very likely taken by the British official…

- Limber going back to load up with provisions - Photographers > John Warwick Brooke - First World War 'Official Photographs'

Stalingrad, winter 1942/43, transport of supplies from the airfield into the city with Russian horses. "Bespannte Einheiten führen den letzten und immer unzureichenden Nachschub in die Stadt. Die im Sommer mitgeführten Pferde sind den Strapazen lange nicht mehr gewachsen. Zum Einsatz kamen die kleinen, gedrungenen Panjepferde."

Stalingrad, winter 1942/43, transport of supplies from the airfield into the city with Russian horses. "Bespannte Einheiten führen den letzten und immer unzureichenden Nachschub in die Stadt. Die im Sommer mitgeführten Pferde sind den Strapazen lange nicht mehr gewachsen. Zum Einsatz kamen die kleinen, gedrungenen Panjepferde."

Ost-Hiwi from the Gebirgs-Division of the Wehrmacht

Russian (on horses) and German soldiers socialise in Poland, sometime in

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