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World War 1 horses when muddy looks like an muddy horse..

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Like many of the troops, the horses went by ship.


after the first world war horses sold to french butchers


8 million horses were killed in world war 1


There were thousands of horses of all types of breeds that were used in World War I, from Quarter Horses to Belgian draught horses.


Mainly horses were used in World War 2. But donkeys were used in World War 1.


Everyone in the world has used horses for war at some point in history. Horses have been an invaluable help in developing the world and in warfare.



Why don't you just Google "World War 1 Submarines?"


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they look like a piece of paper that saves Canada


in world war one it was light blue and in world war two it was normal blue


They walked or they had horses


The world wont look like anyhting after world war 3 if it happens.Already the most powerful countries in the world have nuclear weapons and the only real way a world war can begin is if one of these countries like the usa is in it and a war with nuclear weapons will be a very quick one.Like Einstein said 'if world war 3 is fought with nuclear weapons then world war 4 will be fought with sticks and stones'.If that is true you can get an idea of what it will be like after world war 3.Chances are there wont be another world war in our lifetime anyway.


They looked like omg xd xoxoxox


Like a nuclear bomb exploded in japan.


Yes, the horses were usually ridden by a general or captain.



It has Statues of the most important leaders



No horses are used for "war horses" anymore.


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Are you kidding me?! They looked like any other person living today!





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