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World War One: The circus animals that helped Britain

As World War One raged, the military purchased most of England's horses and sent them to the Western Front. Many farmers and traders had to find alternative beasts of burden, but none more exotic than elephants. Here, an Indian elephant named Lizzie was conscripted from a travelling menagerie to to cart munitions, machines and scrap metal around the city, a job previously done by three horses taken off to war.

I was told to always wear this. The powder can will produce hallucination, when inhaled, of the person's greatest nightmare.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Box brooch Bronze, silver, gilded Kullingbos, Källunge, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 6283

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Bottle cap owl necklace, resin inlay, soda can tab

Bottle cap resin inlay blue owl necklacesoda can tab by tamirodrig, $20.00