Dogs in war
Animals, and in particular dogs, made a huge contribution to the victory in World War II.
Dogs fought in all armies and on all fronts, and it is not known exactly how many of them were and how many lives they saved.
For example, according to some reports, about 60,000 dogs fought in the Soviet army alone. They pulled 700,000 wounded from the battlefield, found and helped to neutralize 4,000,000 landmines and mines, delivered 200,000 reports, laid 8,000 km of telephone wire, and destroyed about 300 fascist tanks.
Both thoroughbred dogs and purebreds participated in hostilities. All of them are real heroes.