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A nifty little paragraph from the pages of YANK MAGAZINE about the M-Dogs of the American Army during the Second World War and how they were trained to locate both plastic and metallic mines during the course of the war.

An additional paragraph can be read about the Hollywood starlet who volunteered her dog for military service, only to be informed that the pooch had given the last full measure on behalf of democracy and a grateful nation.

Click here to read an article about re-educating the captured German boys of the war.

Click here to read additional articles about the dogs of W.W. II.


Mine-Detecting Dogs (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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