Horse Gas Masks


During World War I soldiers relied on horses for transportation on the battlefield. The introduction of chemical warfare at this time meant horses had to be just as protected as their human counterparts so they were  fitted  with gas masks over their muzzles to prevent them from inhaling poison gases such as chlorine and phosgene.

Link - Via Archie McPhee

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