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Soldiers pay moving tribute to 8 million horses, donkeys, & mules that died during World War I 1915

Soldiers pay moving tribute to 8 million horses, donkeys, & mules that died during World War I 1915

I have posted it before but a Veterans Day favorite. Thank you to all those who have served for our freedom...In Camp Cody New Mexico in 1917 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No 326 a Cavalry unit created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI. #veteransday

I have posted it before but a Veterans Day favorite. Thank you to all those who have served for our freedom...In Camp Cody New Mexico in 1917 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No 326 a Cavalry unit created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI. #veteransday

Us Cavalry officers on horseback. Ahh, men always looks so good in uniform! Sigh.

Us Cavalry officers on horseback. Ahh, men always looks so good in uniform! Sigh.

650 officers and enlisted men of Auxiliary Remout Depot No. 326 pay tribute to the 8 million, horses, donkeys, and mules during WW1.    #history #photooftheday #awesome #oldphoto #oldphotos #oldphotograph #retrophoto #oldphotographs #oldphotography #oldphotoshoot #retrophotography #retrophotos #historicalpics #historicalphotos #picryl #horse #soldier #WWI

650 officers and enlisted men of Auxiliary Remout Depot No. 326 pay tribute to the 8 million, horses, donkeys, and mules during WW1. #history #photooftheday #awesome #oldphoto #oldphotos #oldphotograph #retrophoto #oldphotographs #oldphotography #oldphotoshoot #retrophotography #retrophotos #historicalpics #historicalphotos #picryl #horse #soldier #WWI

Soldiers pay moving tribute to 8 million horses, donkeys, & mules that died during World War I 1915

Soldiers pay moving tribute to 8 million horses, donkeys, & mules that died during World War I 1915

The touching shot shows some 650 soldiers standing in a formation which from a bird's eye view perfectly resembles a horses head, neck and a noseband.  It is believed the picture was taken by officers of the Auxiliary Remount Dept No.326 in Camp Cody, New Mexico in 1915. Around eight million war horses were killed during the conflict while countless mules and donkeys also died.

The touching shot shows some 650 soldiers standing in a formation which from a bird's eye view perfectly resembles a horses head, neck and a noseband. It is believed the picture was taken by officers of the Auxiliary Remount Dept No.326 in Camp Cody, New Mexico in 1915. Around eight million war horses were killed during the conflict while countless mules and donkeys also died.

650 officers and enlisted men pay tribute to the 8 million, horses, donkeys, and mules during WW1.

650 officers and enlisted men pay tribute to the 8 million, horses, donkeys, and mules during WW1.

650 Officers & enlisted men paying tribute to horses, mules & donkeys during World War 1.

650 Officers & enlisted men paying tribute to horses, mules & donkeys during World War 1.

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