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Remembering the horses in war time: why help is needed now

A campaign to remember the many millions of animals killed in conflicts has been launched to mark 100 years since the end of the World War I.

Former MP Ann Widdecombe today (8 November) launched charity SPANA’s campaign to remember the “forgotten victims” of today’s war zones.

“On this significant anniversary of the First World War, it’s so important that we first and foremost remember the people who lost their lives during this terrible conflict and then consider also those who returned disabled and disfigured and the civilians who died,” she said.

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Article written by: Lucy Elder

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