Jules Findley

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Members of the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment rest their horses by the side of the road, in France. (National Library of Scotland) World War I in Photos: Animals at War - The Atlantic

The Animals in War memorial at Brook Gate, Hyde Park., London  This photo depicts the animals on the other side of the monument free from their shackles and suffering.

The Animals in War memorial at Brook Gate, Hyde Park., London This photo depicts the animals on the other side of the monument free from their shackles and suffering.

A vet treats the leg of an army horse during World War I

The Blue Cross charity, formed to care for horses injured in World War I, makes its war horse archive available to the public for the first time.

General George Patton - One of the greatest horsemen this country has seen... from Cav to Polo to Steeplechase to the Modern Pentathalon in the 1912 Olympics... Patton loved horses!

General George Patton - One of the greatest horsemen this country has seen. from Cav to Polo to Steeplechase to the Modern Pentathalon in the 1912 Olympics. He saved the future of the Spanish Riding School at the end of in Europe.

Dead horses and a broken cart on Menin Road, troops in the distance, Ypres sector, Belgium, in 1917. Horses meant power and agility, hauling weaponry, equipment, and personnel, and were targeted by enemy troops to weaken the other side -- or were captured to be put in use by a different army. (National Library of New Zealand)

Dead horses and a broken cart on Menin Road, troops in the distance, Ypres sector, Belgium, in (National Library of New Zealand)

British troops scraping mud from a mule near Bernafay Wood on the Western Front. British military authorities tried to ensure that handlers of their animals cared for them properly. 1916-11

British troops scraping mud from a mule near Bernafay Wood on the Western Front, British military authorities tried to ensure that animal handlers cared for their animals properly.