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The animal victims of the first world war are a stain on our conscience | Philip Hoare7 Nov 8:13am

The animal victims of the first world war are a stain on our conscience | Philip Hoare

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Sixteen million animals served between 1914-18, with a huge loss of life. Yet their indispensable role is largely ignored They are the truly forgotten dead. Sixteen million animals “served” in the first world war – and the RSPCA estimates that 484,143 horses, mules, camels and bullocks were
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