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THIS LIL SITH NUGGET NEEDS A FAMILY AND SOMEONE TO LOVE(Rey)

I am one with the Force, and the Force is with me. — Kylo Ren Star Wars: The Last Jedi BTS

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These loyal canine war heroes deserve so much more from the US govt. Today we have several rescue organizations that help bring them home, often placing them with their former handlers.

Популярные записи по теме «животные»

Популярные записи по теме «животные»

WWI during the Battle of Verdun, a soldier and his horse both don gas masks. 1916

Soldier and Horse wearing a gas mask during the Battle of Verdun, 1916 (b/w photo) by French Photographer / Private Collection History and WWI

Elephants as war workers Surprisingly elephants were used during WW1 as military auxiliaries. This image was taken in Sheffield. The elephant is providing vital help with war work and hauling 8-ton loads. Due to the lack of horses, elephants were taken from zoos and circuses during WW1 and put to work.

Elephants provided vital help with war work and hauling loads. Due to the lack of horses, elephants were taken from zoos and circuses and put to work

May German invasion of Greece, A German soldier of a Panzer unit in occupied Greece, tries riding a native donkey, while the crew repair their tank - pin by Paolo Marzioli

1943- "Caesar", a German Shepherd dog, is carried back from the front lines in a litter by two Marines after he was wounded in action in the battle of Bougainville.

"Caesar", a German Shepherd dog, aka "Devil Dog", is carried back from the front lines in a litter by two Marines after he was wounded in action in the battle of Bougainville.

El soldado, el perro y la paloma?

From the same set of propaganda photos. The soldier is enclosing a carrier pigeon into a basket while his working dog looks on (and probably would like to eat the pigeon). The German and Swiss armies.

Coupie, the canine mascot of a squadron in the Allied Expeditionary Air Force, used to visit each aircraft and pilot before take-off. (24th April 1944)

The 26 Most Badass Animals From World War II

Coupie, the canine mascot of a squadron in the Allied Expeditionary Air Force, used to visit each aircraft and pilot before take-off

machine-guns cracked and roared like ocean surf. endless waves of bullets rolling through the dawn.

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