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  1. Forgotten Heroes: The Australian Waler Horse

    Forgotten Heroes: The Australian Waler Horse

    Regular Price: $30.00

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    The story of the famous Australian Waler horses is one that records with pride the remarkable journey this original stock horse made from a domestic animal to a war horse without equal. The Boer War and WW1 saw thousands shipped overseas and only the advent of mechanization in 1940 saw the horse decline from military use. Learn More
  2. The Old Campaigners: Camels, Mules, Donkeys and Waler Horses

    The Old Campaigners: Camels, Mules, Donkeys and Waler Horses

    Regular Price: $30.00

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    The story of the famous Waler horses is, in part, recounted in Forgotten Heroes – The Australian Waler Horse, but this book adds new and lesser known detail to the fate of the Waler, including information about the Occupation Forces in Australia during World War 2 and their role in using and providing suitable animals.

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  3. Twelve Terrible Tales: Children’s wartime stories about World War 1 pests, parasites and perfectly awful itchy insects

    Twelve Terrible Tales: Children’s wartime stories about World War 1 pests, parasites and perfectly awful itchy insects

    $10.00

    Hi! My name is Ronnie the Rotten Rat. At last, after nearly one hundred years, it’s time to reveal the truth. Life was not easy for me and my friends as you will find out. Learn More
  4. War Horses: Hoof Prints in Time

    War Horses: Hoof Prints in Time

    Regular Price: $30.00

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    This remarkable but true collection has been gleaned from a large variety of World War 1 sources. It records the role animals played in environments which were completely alien to them. For all the animals that served us so well, only a handful left their mark in history.

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