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NABÍZÍM VLASTNÍ NÁVOD NA HÁČKOVANOU OVEČKU LEONKU.    JE TO KRÁSNÁ DEKORACE DO VAŠEHO BYTU :) NEBO MILÁ KAMARÁDKA NA MAZLENÍ PRO VAŠE NEJMENŠÍ :D  OVEČKA NÁM VYROSTLA DO VÝŠKY 14CM A DÉLKY 22CM.    V NÁVODU JE VELICE PODROBNÝ POPIS KE ZPRACOVÁNÍ JEDNOTLIVÝCH DÍLŮ, VČETNĚ DETAILNÍCH FOTEK.   NÁVOD ZASÍLÁM VE FORMÁTU PDF, TAKŽE NEPLATÍTE ŽÁDNÉ POŠTOVNÉ.

NABÍZÍM VLASTNÍ NÁVOD NA HÁČKOVANOU OVEČKU LEONKU. JE TO KRÁSNÁ DEKORACE DO VAŠEHO BYTU :) NEBO MILÁ KAMARÁDKA NA MAZLENÍ PRO VAŠE NEJMENŠÍ :D OVEČKA NÁM VYROSTLA DO VÝŠKY 14CM A DÉLKY 22CM. V NÁVODU JE VELICE PODROBNÝ POPIS KE ZPRACOVÁNÍ JEDNOTLIVÝCH DÍLŮ, VČETNĚ DETAILNÍCH FOTEK. NÁVOD ZASÍLÁM VE FORMÁTU PDF, TAKŽE NEPLATÍTE ŽÁDNÉ POŠTOVNÉ.

WWI, 1916; "Somewhere under the mud is a courduroy road (log road)" -Sandra Gittins (@ypreswoman) | Twitter

Képtalálat a következőre: „Fife War dead WWI”

Second Italo-Abyssinian War, Italian cavalry. Abyssinia, 1935. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Second Italo-Abyssinian War, Italian cavalry. Abyssinia, 1935. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

1944 Troops string wire past 4 dead German artillery horses which were killed along with 5 German soldiers when an American artillery burst caught them as the horses were being hitched on Dec 14th

Troops string wire past 4 dead German artillery horses which were killed along with 5 German soldiers when an American artillery burst caught them as the horses were being hitched on Dec Another German soldier was wounded.

1915, Gallipoli. Unloading of horses and soldiers from a British ship during the Dardanelles campaign.

World War I 1914 1918 Gallipoli Unloading of horses and soldiers from a British ship during the Dardanelles campaign

Des chiens transportant une mitrailleuse lourde en Belgique, en 1914

“A Belgian dog gun team waiting for orders: resting in rear of the firing line during the present war,” probably taken somewhere in Belgium, October

On the Vaux road, near the Chapelle Sainte-Fine, a French artillery horse train has been shelled. Soldiers tried to save a wounded horse before finally putting and end to his misery. Verdun, March 1917.

On the Vaux road, near the Chapelle Sainte-Fine, a French artillery horse train has been shelled. Soldiers tried to save a wounded horse before finally putting and end to his misery.

Dead horses are buried in a trench after the Battle of Haelen which was fought by the German and Belgian armies on August 12, 1914 near Haelen, Belgium. Horses were everywhere in World War I, used by armies, and caught up in farm fields turned into battlefields, millions of them were killed.

Dead horses are buried in a trench after the Battle of Haelen which was fought by the German and Belgian armies on August 1914 near Haelen, Belgium.

WW1. Soldiers butchering dead horses after a bombardment on the Western Front. Grande Guerre chevaux morts - ©Maxppp.

Belgian Troops making use of the recently killed horse and scavenging some meat. Horsemeat was a fairly staple part of European diets during this period and this is a rare example of a case of " Road Kill" being performed.

WWI, killed horses. -L'Attelage Français - Le Cheval et la guerre

-L'Attelage Français - Le Cheval et la guerre

During WW2 the US continued fielding horse cavalry units and practice training.The last horse Army cavalry charge took place against Japanese forces during fighting in Bataan in the village of Morong on 16 Jan 1942 by the 26th Cavalry Regiment of the Philippine Scouts.The 10th Mountain Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop of the 10th Mountain Divisionwhile not designated as U.S. Cavalry conducted the last horse-mounted charge of any Army organization whilst engaged in Austria in 1945.

During WW2 the US continued fielding horse cavalry units and practice training.The last horse Army cavalry charge took place against Japanese forces during fighting in Bataan in the village of Morong on 16 Jan 1942 by the 26th Cavalry Regiment of the Philippine Scouts.The 10th Mountain Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop of the 10th Mountain Divisionwhile not designated as U.S. Cavalry conducted the last horse-mounted charge of any Army organization whilst engaged in Austria in 1945.