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German Soldier In Patrol With His Dog In France On January c. 1940 World War Ii

German Soldier (German Front) In Patrol With His Dog In France World War Il / c.

Airedale verlegt Telefonkabel (signal wire) im Kriegsgebiet

Airedale Terrier laid telephone cables (signal wire) in the war zone.

WWII British Isles Any kind of dog is accepted for training if it shows promise of doing the job. (left to right): Cpl. Samuel Brafford, Gray, Ky.; Pvt. George Segal, Philadelphia, Pa., and Pvt. Karl Sudinski, Hopkins, Mich., with Airedales in training for guard duty in England on Sept. 4, 1943.

WWII British Isles Any kind of dog is accepted for training if it shows promise of doing the job. (left to right): Cpl. Samuel Brafford, Gray, Ky.; Pvt. George Segal, Philadelphia, Pa., and Pvt. Karl Sudinski, Hopkins, Mich., with Airedales in training for guard duty in England on Sept. 4, 1943.

Soldiers with their working dogs - a German Shepherd and (what I think is) an Airedale.

Soldiers with their working dogs - a German Shepherd and an Airedale Terrier.

Normandy 1944. A German prisoner probably belonging to the 3. Fallschirmjäger-Division of the Luftwaffe dismantles on order of American soldiers near Saint-Georges-d'Elle.

Normandy 1944. A German prisoner probably belonging to the 3. Fallschirmjäger-Division of the Luftwaffe dismantles on order of American soldiers near Saint-Georges-d'Elle.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - 1945..+ all fields of WWII - Page 458 - Histomil.com

Airedale Terrier w Soldier WWll, 1943 War History, Airedale Foto, Warriors…

Soldier and his sentry dog. Somewhere in New England, 1942.

1942 wwii original press release photo army sentry guard dog

Soldier and his sentry dog, somewhere in New England,

From a 1941 German portfolio book. The image depicts a Airedale Terrier doing Schutzhund like bite work on a paddle sleeve.

From a 1941 German portfolio book. The image depicts a Airedale Terrier doing Schutzhund like bite work on a paddle sleeve.

At the outbreak of war the British army had one trained dog attached to it (an Airedale), the German army had 6000.

At the outbreak of war the British army had one trained dog attached to it (Airedale Terrier), the German army had

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