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WWI Animals Collection

Choose a picture from our WWI Animals Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

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Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Sharing Rations - The Troopers Christmas-Box

Sharing Rations - The Troopers Christmas-Box
A British trooper shares his Christmas rations with his horse on the Western Front during WWI. 1916

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Good-bye, Old Man. By Fortunio Matania. 1922

Good-bye, Old Man. By Fortunio Matania. 1922
Illustration by Fortunio Matania showing a soldier saying a last goodbye to his faithful horse

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Royal Engineer with messenger dog, France, WW1

Royal Engineer with messenger dog, France, WW1
A Royal Engineer reading a message brought by a messenger dog by swimming a canal, near Nieppe Wood, northern France, during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: A Good Samaritan - Indian Soldier - WWI

A Good Samaritan - Indian Soldier - WWI
A Good Samaritan - Colonial Indian Soldier from Delhi aids a wounded French trooper - WWI. He leads him to the safety of the Allied lines on the back of a Donkey Date: circa 1917

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: You are wanted by the US Army 660 Market St. San Francisco o

You are wanted by the US Army 660 Market St. San Francisco or any Army recruiting station. US Army recruiting poster showing an officer, possibly Gen. John J

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Off to the Front

Off to the Front - British army cavalry regiment en route to the Western Front. Date: circa 1916

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: British soldier on horseback, WW1

British soldier on horseback, WW1
A British soldier on horseback with various pieces of kit (Field Service Marching Order) during the First World War. Date: 1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Officer of Tank Corps with dog and motorbike, France, WW1

Officer of Tank Corps with dog and motorbike, France, WW1
An officer of the Tank Corps on a Douglas motorbike with a spaniel dog, at Neulette, northern France, towards the end of the First World War. Date: 3 May 1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: A girl says goodbye to War-bound partner

A girl says goodbye to War-bound partner
Sweet Jenny Gray (song lyric) Jenny Gray, tis dawn of day, and we two must part, All your tears, dear, that start find their way to my heart; Dear Old England borrows all its sunshine from you

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Lewis Gun Section, Palestine, WW1

Lewis Gun Section, Palestine, WW1
A Lewis Gun Section (British troops) preparing for action in Palestine during the First World War. Date: circa 1917-1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Patriotic Postcard - Royal Navy and British Bulldogs

Patriotic Postcard - Royal Navy and British Bulldogs
Patriotic Postcard for the Royal Navy, featuring two fierce British Bulldogs and the strapline: " We ll fight and we ll conquer again

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Troops and animals getting ready to move out, WW1

Troops and animals getting ready to move out, WW1
Troops and animals getting ready to move out of their base, towards the end of the First World War. Date: 1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Mule teams in field near Arras, France, WW1

Mule teams in field near Arras, France, WW1
Mule teams crossing a muddy field near Arras, northern France, during the First World War. Date: 19 January 1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Carrying the wounded by camel, Palestine, WW1

Carrying the wounded by camel, Palestine, WW1
Carrying the wounded by camel in Palestine towards the end of the First World War. Date: 4 October 1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Foreshore at Kut Al Amara, Mesopotamia, WW1

Foreshore at Kut Al Amara, Mesopotamia, WW1
View of the foreshore at Kut Al Amara, Mesopotamia (now Iraq), with people, boats and animals, during the First World War. Date: circa 1915-1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Entry into Aqaba, Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, WW1

Entry into Aqaba, Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, WW1
Scene at the entry into Aqaba, during the Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, during the Arab Revolt, First World War. 6 July 1917

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: German soldiers on a camel, South West Africa, WW1

German soldiers on a camel, South West Africa, WW1
Two German soldiers with a guide, riding on a camel, probably in German South West Africa (now Namibia) during the First World War. Date: circa 1914-1915

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: War Horse - illustration on postcard by George Ranstead

War Horse - illustration on postcard by George Ranstead
Lovely illustration of a noble looking horse, with a plough harness around its neck. Drawn by amateur soldier artist, George Ranstead, at the time of World War One

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: World War One Patriotic Postcard - Bulldog

World War One Patriotic Postcard - Bulldog
World War One Patriotic Postcard - British Bulldog standing proudly On Guard! on the Union Flag. Date: circa 1916

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: English vets on the Western Front

English vets on the Western Front tend to wounded cavalry horses, injured in recent combat action. Date: circa 1944

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Who Said Germans? - Patriotic Bulldogs

Who Said Germans? - Patriotic Bulldogs in defiant pose against the Kaiser

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Battle of Albert 1918

Battle of Albert 1918
Australian limber crossing the railway at Proyart during the Battle of Albert, at the Second Battle of the Somme on the Western Front in France during World War I in August 1918

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Battle of Vimy Ridge 1917

Battle of Vimy Ridge 1917
Pack horses of the Canadian Field Artillery carrying 18 pounder shells at the Battle of Vimy Ridge on the Western Front in France during World War I in April 1917

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: The Housing Problem by Fred Buchanan

The Housing Problem by Fred Buchanan
A bulldog looks in dismay at a kennel which is quite obviously too small for him, a satirical comment on the homes " fit for heroes" promise following World War I

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Wartime Messenger Dog

Wartime Messenger Dog
A soldier writes a message to give back to a French messenger dog on the Western Front in Belgium during World War I in 1917

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Battle of Flanders

Battle of Flanders
Loading a pack horse for a working party at the Battle of Flanders near Pilkem on the Western Front in Belgium during World War I in 1917

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Battle of Pilkem Ridge

Battle of Pilkem Ridge
Shell carrying pack mules moving forward through the mud near Ypres at the Battle of Pilkem Ridge, Western Front, Belgium during World War I on 1st August 1917

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: French patriotism

French patriotism
An innocent looking little boy in French soldiers uniform poses with a rifle and a bull dog

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Donkeys in World War I

Donkeys in World War I
Donkeys carrying soup to the front lines at Maurepas, Somme on the French front during World War I in October 1916

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: French reconnaisance patrol 1916

French reconnaisance patrol 1916
French reconnaisance patrol watering their horses at Oise on the French front during World War I in 1916

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Welfare of horses on His Majestys Service

Welfare of horses on His Majestys Service. A female vet giving a horse a check-up during World War I

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Loading horses, World War I

Loading horses, World War I
A horse of the Northumberland Hussars giving trouble at the embarkation on the Minneapolis at Southampton Docks, during World War I in October 1914

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Blue Cross Fund Poster

Blue Cross Fund Poster
Fundraising poster during WWI for the Blue Cross Fund organised by the Dumb Friends League featuring a French horse who is " doing his bit"

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Pigeon Saves the Day

Pigeon Saves the Day
A broken down seaplane in the North Sea sends out a pigeon carrying an SOS message of help during the First World War

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: World War I dog carts

World War I dog carts
The French army use dogs to haul supplies to their trench positions

Background imageWWI Animals Collection: Dog and owner reunited in the trenches, France

Dog and owner reunited in the trenches, France
Private Brown of the North Staffordshires, in the trenches in France, is found by his pet terrier dog which has made its way, alone, from his home in Hammersmith, West London


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