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An elephant is used to load supplies onto an American plane. [1945]

ClassicPics ‏ Elephants Loading Supplies in Planes during Second World War in India - Us Army Photograph, 1940

One of the millions of horses used during the course of the war is winched ashore at Thessaloniki, Greece.http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/gallery/2014/sep/03/the-animals-that-served-in-the-first-world-war-in-pictures

The animals that served in the first world war – in pictures

British troops landing horses from a ship at Salonika to move to the Balkan battle front. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

A despatch dog brings food to two German soldiers in an advanced trench, somewhere on the Western Front. The dog is wearing a special harness on its back which can hold mess tins. In the background, a third soldier can be seen pointing his rifle over the top of the trench.

A despatch dog brings food to two German soldiers in an advanced trench on the Western Front. The dog is wearing a special harness on its back to hold mess tins. THE GERMAN ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT,

The fatal impact impression of Zeppelin commander Oberleutnant-zur-See Werner Peterson who chose to jump to his death rather than burn up with his ship, 1916

The fatal impact impression of Zeppelin commander Oberleutnant-zur-See Werner Peterson who chose to jump to his death rather than burn up with his ship, the L 32, 1916. (xpost from r/HistoryPorn)

The fatal impact impression of Zeppelin commander Oberleutnant-zur-See Werner Peterson who chose to jump to his death rather than burn up with his ship, 1916

Messenger dogs WWI. Messenger dogs and their handlers marching to the Front, in France, during World War I In addition to carrying messages, these dogs probably performed a wide range of important tasks, including sentry duty, acting as decoys, ambulance duties and killing vermin

Straining at the leash, messenger dogs & allied handlers head to the front line in France during WWI.

The photo from the "Leipziger Illustrirte Zeitung" (Leipzig Illustrated Newspaper) shows soldiers who have lost their legs in World War One (1914-1918) at a walking school for the war injured at the First War Hospital in Budapest, Hungary. After initial treatment at the military hospital on the front, the wounded were transported on medical trains back to their homeland, where they received further treatment.

Karl Kraus: 'Reports rise up as living forms; the living die as editorials.' Photo from the 'Leipziger Illustrirte Zeitung'. of a 'walking school' in Budapest.

WWI - dogs outfitted for field work

Dogs wearing gas masks - WWI Are you my mummy?

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US McClellan Cavalry SADDLE~SADDLEBAGS ~HALTER

US McClellan Cavalry SADDLE~SADDLEBAGS ~HALTER

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Resultat d'imatges de british army in boxer rebellion

Soldiers of No 2 Field Company, Bombay Sappers and Miners on duty in China in The mule carries the tools required for field engineering tasks.

French Cavalry with riders and horses wearing gas masks.

Weapons of War: Poison Gas

When did clean shaven became popular? -  WTF fun facts

lead Army to require men to be clean-shaven so the gas mask would fit and seal properly. Trimmed mustaches were still allowed since they didn't effect the fit of the gas mask.

Australian blue heeler as a war-time messenger...these dogs are brilliant with endurance like I've never seen.

military-animals- Australian blue heeler as a war-time messenger.these dogs are brilliant with endurance like I've never seen.

US Marine Jesse Goin leva seu cão para a frente, durante a Batalha de Kwajalein, no Pacífico, Ilhas Marshall. Em 9 de fevereiro de 1944. A foto foi tomada pelo fotojornalista George Strock do departamento da "LIFE". Colorizado por Tom Marshall em PhotograFix 2015.

US Marine Jesse Goin carries his dog towards the front, during the Battle of Kwajalein, on the Pacific Marshall Islands. 9 February The photo was taken by ‘LIFE’ Magazine’s photojournalist George Strock. Colourised by Tom Marshall at PhotograFix 2015

corporalsteiner — hirai: Tanks, WWI | Retronaut

corporalsteiner — hirai: Tanks, WWI | Retronaut

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