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Dogs were given many roles within armies during World War One, including drawing carts containing machine guns and supplies for the Belgian army, as troops left for the front line in October 1914 ( 962 x 704 )

Dogs were given many roles within armies during World War One, including drawing carts containing machine guns and supplies for the Belgian army, as troops left for the front line in October 1914 ( 962 x 704 )

This is most likely the first photo of a KIA in World War II. This German soldier was killed on the first day of the German invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939, precisely at Hill 179, near Chojnice.

This is most likely the first photo of a KIA in World War II. This German soldier was killed on the first day of the German invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939, precisely at Hill 179, near Chojnice.

THIRD BATTLE YPRES 30 MAY - 1 NOVEMBER 1917 (Q 3018)   R.G.A. moving a 9.2 inch howitzer on to its travlling carriaged, to move it forward. Wieltje 5 September 1917

THIRD BATTLE YPRES 30 MAY - 1 NOVEMBER 1917 (Q 3018) R.G.A. moving a 9.2 inch howitzer on to its travlling carriaged, to move it forward. Wieltje 5 September 1917

Wash day for this group of GIs, somewhere in Europe - World War II

Wash day for this group of GIs, somewhere in Europe - World War II

A messenger dog showing the tin cylinder in which the message was carried, Etaples, 1918

A messenger dog showing the tin cylinder in which the message was carried, Etaples, 1918

June 1944 . 1st Ukrainian Front . Dog team carries a wounded soldier to a hospital.

June 1944 . 1st Ukrainian Front . Dog team carries a wounded soldier to a hospital.

1917 : A loaded cart pulled by two dogs in Belgium during WW1  Horses in World War I were used by the belligerent nations for transportation of troops, artillery, materiel, and, to a lesser extent, in mobile cavalry troops. Due to lack of Horses, most carts in France, Germany and Belgium were pulled by dogs.

1917 : A loaded cart pulled by two dogs in Belgium during WW1 Horses in World War I were used by the belligerent nations for transportation of troops, artillery, materiel, and, to a lesser extent, in mobile cavalry troops. Due to lack of Horses, most carts in France, Germany and Belgium were pulled by dogs.

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