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A British Officer of the Army Veterinary Corps in Salonika with his pets which include two jackdaws, a wild goose,a wolf cub and an Alsation dog - World War I

ANIMALS WAR 1914 - 1918 (Q Pets and Mascots: A British officer of the Army Veterinary Corps in Salonika with his pets which included two jackdaws, a wild goose, a wolf cub and an Alsatian dog.

Three Members of the RSPCA now serving with the Army Veterinary Corps on the continent, attending a wounded horse. The War Illustrated 9/1/1915 NAM. 2002-04-219 © Crown copyright

Three Members of the RSPCA now serving with the Army Veterinary Corps on the continent, attending a wounded horse. The War Illustrated NAM.

An officer lets a dog take to the saddle on the Albert- Amiens road in France, in 1916...

How British troops fighting in France found comfort in adopted dogs

An officer lets a dog take to the saddle on the Albert- Amiens road in France, in 1916

THE BRITISH ARMY IN SALONIKA, 1915. Officers of the 26th Divisional Train with their donkey mascot "Tiny" who was found dying by the roadside. The furniture was made by one of the officers out of biscuit boxes and canvas padded with hay.WW1

THE BRITISH ARMY IN SALONIKA, Officers of the Divisional Train with their donkey mascot "Tiny" who was found dying by the roadside. The furniture was made by one of the officers out of biscuit boxes and canvas padded with hay.

A British Army driver lying at the roadside near Arras with his two horses and dog during the retreat from the German offensive, 17 April 1917.  Beautiful drafters--I wonder if they survived the war....

A British Army driver lying at the roadside near Arras with his two horses and dog during the retreat from the German offensive, 17 April Console A

Flora Sandes - the only British woman to officially serve in WWI as a soldier although she originally she served as a nurse in the war. She got involved in a hand-to-hand combat and got wounded by a grenade. She was awarded the Order of the Karađorđe’s Star for this courageous act. Later she was Sergeant Major and then even became captain.

Flora Sandes-the only British woman to serve in combat in WWI. was the only British woman to officially serve as an infantryman in the war, the first woman to ever be commissioned as an officer in the Serbian army.

Prototype chemical warfare (gas cape) protection for British Army horses and mules developed at Porton Down, 1938.

Prototype chemical warfare (gas cape) protection for British Army horses and mules developed at Porton Down,

19 October 1917. Western Front (Belgium), Ypres Area, Potijze. A typical illustration of the difficulties encountered in the Ypres Sector in Belgium, in transporting supplies to the forward areas. A mule team is seen here trying to get out of the mud on a track near Potijze Farm. Note the mule on the left is knee deep in mud.     Australian War Memorial, Canberra (Australia).

scrapironflotilla: A typical illustration of the difficulties encountered in the Ypres Sector in Belgium, in transporting supplies to the forward areas. A mule team is seen here trying to get out of the mud on a track near Potijze Farm.

Tank officers relaxing around a gramophone player with their pet dog, in camp at Poperinghe, 26 September 1917.

Tank Corps officers listening to a gramophone player, with their pet dogs, in camp at Poperinghe, 26 September

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