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The attached article was originally seen on the pages of a 1936 "American Legion Monthly" and addressed the saga of some 32 patriotic American horses that were captured during World War I and never repatriated.

"I have read many interesting stories about heroes of the war and interesting accounts of pigeons, and police dogs, etc., but very little about horsed that served...Many of them were taken prisoner by the Germans, taken back into Germany and exhibited in their American harnesses and equipment. After the war, immediate plans were made to return the American men to their native country, but the equine warriors were forgotten..."

Click here to read more articles about the dogs, pigeons and elephants that toiled throughout the First World War.

     


American Horses in the First World War  (American Legion Monthly, 1936)

American Horses in the First World War  (American Legion Monthly, 1936)

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