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Posted on Wednesday December 20, 2017

Updated on Monday November 6, 2023

Animals in the Great War

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Attaching a dispatch on a carrier pigeon | K.u.k. Kriegspressequartier, Lichtbildstelle - Wien.
Austrian National Library.

A bilingual eBook in Italian and English, Animals in the Great War investigates the World War I and studies its history from the standpoint of the animals that took part in it. The eBook was one of the winning projects of Europeana’s match funding call

Developed by the cultural association Se and using openly licensed resources from the Europeana 1914-18 collection, Animals in the Great War provides teachers and secondary education students with updated references to develop a line of study in the classroom, whilst also offering a methodological support for individual or group work at home.

To get a free copy of the Animals in the Great War, visit the cultural association Se's website

Animals in the Great War eBook.