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MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 16174) 3. 7 inch mountain howitzer on pack mule. Sadleir-Jackson Brigade, Troitsa, 1919.

Мул с разобранной горной гаубицей. Frente de Dvina, Trinidad en Mule with disassembled mountain howitzer. Dvina front, the village of Trinity in

exhausted mule in a shell hole | france c.1918

WWI, Dec French soldiers extricating a mule from a mud-filled shell-hole, Maurepas.

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Belgian cavalry seen here in training at the cavalry instruction camp at Campagne October 1916

German soldiers using an elephant to haul timber, c. 1915.

Indian elephant, from the Hamburg Zoo, used by Germans in Valenciennes, France to help move tree trunks in

"This is John's old horse" written on back of photo. Oxfordshire Hussars, Yeomanry Regiment, taken in France.  Mr Smethurst, a former dustman, believes as soldiers from the conflict grew old and passed away a lot of their remarkable pictures and memorabilia was often thrown out especially in the 1970s and 1980s. Over three decades Mr Smethurst made it his mission to try and save anything he spotted which otherwise could have been lost forever. Picture: MERCURY PRESS

Former dustman's salvaged WW1 archive

Extraordinary collection of WWI photographs salvaged from RUBBISH DUMPS by a former dustman

World War I, 1915, Pony changed into a Zebra for operations in East Africa

joachimmurat: historywars: World War I, Pony changed into a Zebra for operations in East Africa (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images) A+ camo job there, guys.

An unknown British Tommy from the 'A' Squadron, the North Irish Horse Regiment, with children watching

Is one of these brave Tommies your ancestor?

An unknown British Tommy from the 'A' Squadron, the North Irish Horse Regiment, with children watching

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Dogs were used to pull equipment in World War 1. THANK YOU TO ALL DOGS WHO SERVED IN WORLD WAR 1. ♥♥

The Western Front's dogs of war revealed

War Horse News: British Army Using Dogs To Pull A Machine Gun; photo from Universal History Archive (UIG) via The Telegraph

Animals were used in World War I on a scale never before seen—and never again repeated. Horses by the millions were put in service as cavalry mounts and beasts of burden, but they were not the only animals active in the war. Mules, dogs, camels, and pigeons all played vital roles, as well as many others—all at great risk, and with heavy cost. #WorldWar1

World War I in Photos: Animals at War

Animals were used in World War I on a scale never before seen—and never again repeated. Horses by the millions were put in service as cavalry mounts and beasts of burden, but they were not the only animals active in the war. Mules, dogs, camels, and pigeons all played vital roles, as well as many others—all at great risk, and with heavy cost. #WorldWar1

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)

On the Western Front -- Battle of Ypres

General Scenes on the Western Front during the First World War: Battle of Ypres, 1917 (The First World War Poetry Digital Archive)

Neuve Eglis 7/5/17

WWI-British cavalry unit crossing a bridge over a communication trench which some Australian signalers are passing under. Neuve Eglise, 7 May

British Soldiers on Horseback

Men Home from Combat

My grandfather Charlie Light, right, and his younger brother Jack Light grew up in Battleford, Saskatchewan and served in Lord Strathcona's Horse during World War One.

My grandfather Charlie Light, right, and his younger brother Jack Light grew up in Battleford, Saskatchewan and served in Lord Strathcona's Horse during World War One.

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