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Setting The Scene

- Where did all this happen?
- Why were so many animals there?
- What were the trenches and why were they dug?
- What was the Armistice?
- And why was there so much mud?

 

It is important to understand the battlefield situation to be able to imagine what it must have been like for both animals and men.

 

  

 

 

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Contact: Info@BrookeUSA.org

The tragedy of WWI gave birth to a vision, and today the Brooke family of charities, including Brooke USA, form the world's largest equine welfare organization. There are approximately 100 million working horses, donkeys, and mules in the developing world, and 80% of them are suffering from preventable problems. Brooke USA-funded programs touch the lives of millions of these animals through culturally-sensitive and practical programs that provide long-lasting solutions. The animals are key to the livelihoods of their owners; by supporting the equines we also support the families who depend on them, as healthier animals help their human families earn a living. Learn more about what Brooke USA does.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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