Animals in Combat PDF ePub eBook

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Animals in Combat free pdf Throughout the history of mankind, animals have taken part in combat, espionage and have functioned in other ways to fight the wars of the humans. A variety of animals, from insects and bacteria used in biological warfare to better known horses have been used in human warfare since ancient times. Since then, camels, carrier pigeons, elephants, mules, donkeys, bats, and bees have all seen combat in some form. 'Animals in Combat' explores a brief history of military animals throughout the ages, their different roles within this period, what animal warriors are used for today and what future animals have in modern warfare. Supported by many colour images, the respective service each animals provides in times of war is beautifully covered by author Nigel Allsopp.

About Nigel Allsopp

Born in the UK, Nigel Allsopp started his Military Career as a Military Working Dog Handler in the Royal New Zealand Air Force Police in 1980. During his 15 years service he rose to the rank of Dogmaster responsible for all aspects of Canine Operations and training within the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF). Nigel left the Military to pursue a keen interest in Wild Canine research and commenced work for the Auckland Zoo training all sorts of exotic animals to enhance their behavioural enrichment. This included 3 years as an Elephant keeper whilst also training the zoos sea Nigel is a vocal ambassador for the establishment of Animal Memorials to recognize their role and contribution in War.

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Author : Nigel Allsopp
Publisher : New Holland Publishers
Data Published : 01 April 2014
ISBN : 1742575137
EAN : 9781742575131
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 224 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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