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An Irish Terrier - Dogs of War, #3 of 100 Bloody Objects

19 minutes

A Remembrance Day tribute to Dogs that served and died for us in war

During the Great War, thousands of dogs were sent to the Western Front to patrol, guard, catch rats and carry messages. It is an extraordinary story of courage and sacrifice and the contribution these beloved animals had in sustaining morale and keeping spirits high. In particular, it tells of the Irish Terriers who seemed almost the perfect breed for the hardship and rigours of the trenches.

So it Goes

Tom Assheton & James Jackson

Reading from:
Winter, Denis, First of the Few, Fighter Pilots of the First World War, (1983)

See also:

We Love Irish Terriers

YouTube Tribute to the Irish Terrier with Lucy Jackson

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https://www.jamesjacksonbooks.com

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