Oberstleutnant Philipp Freiherr von Boeselager of the Cavalry Regiment. Involved with other Cavalry officers in the July Bomb Plot and one of the few to survive.
Polish Cavalry Regiment In Poland On 1939 - pin by Paolo Marzioli
Polish cavalry on parade shortly before the outbreak of World War II. Although Poland did maintain cavalry through the beginning of the war - as did most other powers of the time - reports of lancers charging German armor were erroneous.
Polish cavalry in German service
Stajnia TROT - szkapowe mądrości zebrane, pin by Paolo Marzioli
1939 09 02 A Polish cavalry unit dares to attack a German motorcycle unit with only a sword. Since the end of the Great War, the Polish army was much less advanced than the German Army, often sending cavalry against German Panzer columns.
Invasion of Czechoslovakia
German Cavalry Stationed Near the Arras Front on the Western Front During World War I Photographic Print by Robert Hunt at AllPosters.com
Szarża Dywizjonu Policji Konnej z Warszawy pod Husynnem – 24 IX 1939
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World War Ii, Polish Army In Pause For A Smoke In Poland - pin by Paolo Marzioli
War elephants conscripted in WW1
The Blue Cross helped care for horses injured in Moments Silance for All the animals killed due to war
Forgotten Heroes: A million horses were sent to fight in the Great War - only 62,000 came back
Few pictures show the suffering horses went through in the war. We know that World War I killed some ten million fighting men, almost of them British. Much less known is the fate of a million hapless horses, sent to France between 1914 and Only returned.