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Documentary about animals used in World War I (and/or II) - pidgeons, elephants, camels, dogs, horses

Please, if you know any full-length documentary about animals used during the world wars, ANY!, give me an answer! Thank you!
Example:   -   but one that goes on for like an hour and 20-40 minutes, not 10! I would accept even a documentary that has a SECTION dedicated (so to speak) to war animals!
asked Sep 21, 2015 in Name That Documentary by StoryOfaMASH (141 points)

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I think there was a BBC one called World War 1 at Home: The Equine Army. It is an episode about 30mins.
answered Sep 29, 2015 by cherroxi (42 points)