Animal Heroes

Animal Heroes Anthony Hill
  • Title: Animal Heroes
  • Author: Anthony Hill
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Animal Heroes Anthony Hill Animal Heroes What really happened to the wartime mascot Horrie the Wog Dog Who was the only Australian horse to come home from the First World War How did two pigeons win the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cros
    What really happened to the wartime mascot Horrie the Wog Dog Who was the only Australian horse to come home from the First World War How did two pigeons win the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross for gallantry Here are twenty one fascinating stories about the forgotten heroes of war animals who have served beside Australian forces.These are all animals that dazzleWhat really happened to the wartime mascot Horrie the Wog Dog Who was the only Australian horse to come home from the First World War How did two pigeons win the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross for gallantry Here are twenty one fascinating stories about the forgotten heroes of war animals who have served beside Australian forces.These are all animals that dazzle with their courage and loyalty or sometimes just by being lovable Whether it s a rooster guarding his battalion during the First World War or a mine detecting dolphin in present day Iraq, they make the diffucult lives of soldiers so much bearable.
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      Published :2019-02-13T13:57:08+00:00

    About Anthony Hill


    1. Anthony Hill was born in Melbourne on 24 May, 1942 In a varied career he has been a newspaper and television reporter, political journalist, antique dealer, speech writer for Australia s Governor General, and now full time author.


    710 Comments


    1. War stories make me sad as do some animal stories so when I started to read this book I had in mind that I might not be able to finish it Sure, not all the the animals mentioned had a happy ending however the author did not dwell too much on these facts so I was able to get through it That someone has written about and remembered these brave animals makes this book worthwhile reading.

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    2. While I appreciate the important role animals have played in our armed forces, this book did not captivate me and I did not think it was written well.

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