This collection features not only war horses but also pigeons, dogs, oxen, elephants, camels and other animals that served in various ways during the First World War.
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Army Veterinary Corps treat injured horses.
Mules transporting torpedos in France
French Ambulance Dogs are given gas masks.
Royal West Kents receive Irish Wolfhound as mascot from Czar Nicholas II.
An elephant 'war worker' pulls a cart along a street in Sheffield.
Wounded soldiers being rescued by huskies pulling sleds.
Oxen pulling field guns over pontoon bridge & artillery teams setting up guns.
Good footage of carrier pigeons being used as messengers during First World War.
Military exercise with army dogs. France.
French Army dogs learn to find wounded soldiers.
ANZAC troops use camels to build sandbag emplacement.
Cavalry troops in the desert and soldiers riding on camels.
Soldiers leading mules and horses loaded with supplies.
Cavalry soldiers in training.
Cheshire frontiersmen get ready for the sand dunes of Belgium
The cavalry let their horses drink at river on way to summer camp.
Footage of soldiers breaking in wild horses.
Shells are piled up and transported to the front.
Cossacks in great display of daredevil horseback riding.
Footage of horses being tested for fitness.
French horse artillery ride across fields and streams.
Horses wounded in WW1 battles run around track as part of their recovery.
Soldiers lead horses to trough to drink
On the Balkan Front mud is one of the chief enemies
Elephants are used to sell Liberty Bonds in New York, United States of America.
Indian troops lead mules carrying supplies along road.
Soldier with rifle and Alsatian on guard in snow in France.