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Кавалерийское применение лосей и других животных (1/2) [Форумы Balancer.Ru]

Кавалерийское применение лосей и других животных (1/2) [Форумы Balancer.Ru]

Stripes on the move! Lord Walter Rothschild used this zebra-drawn carriage to demonstrate that wild animals could be tamed. (via The Historical Times)

Stripes on the move! Lord Walter Rothschild used this zebra-drawn carriage to demonstrate that wild animals could be tamed. (via The Historical Times)

Circus hippo pulling a cart, 1924 - Our great grandparents were crazy Motherf#ckers!

Must-see Historical Photos That Make You Stop And Think…

Circus hippo pulling a cart, 1924 - Our great grandparents were crazy Motherf#ckers!

John Smith, aka Gaa-binagwiiyaas; a Chippewa Indian who lived to129 years in Minnesota.

John Smith, aka Gaa-binagwiiyaas; a Chippewa Indian who lived to129 years in Minnesota.

Born in Hawaii, Zoe is the only known captive golden zebra in existence

Born in Hawaii, Zoe is the only known captive golden zebra in existence

girls riding on sheep by john drysdale  We used to try and do this, but Amuma would always yell at use before we got close enough to catch them.

brendan-i-am: homelustdesign: Girls riding on Sheep by John... (ADORED VINTAGE

girls riding on sheep by john drysdale We used to try and do this, but Amuma would always yell at use before we got close enough to catch them.

Grave of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband. The Protestant Colonel of Cavalry, JWC of Gorkum married the Catholic damsel JCPH of Aefferden. This "mixed" marriage, at that time (the 19th century), would have given them trouble. The wife wanted to be buried next to her husband, but the difference in their denomination would not allow that. So the Colonel was buried in the Protestant part, against the separation wall and his wife was buried on the Catholic side.

Grave of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband. The Protestant Colonel of Cavalry, JWC of Gorkum married the Catholic damsel JCPH of Aefferden. This "mixed" marriage, at that time (the 19th century), would have given them trouble. The wife wanted to be buried next to her husband, but the difference in their denomination would not allow that. So the Colonel was buried in the Protestant part, against the separation wall and his wife was buried on the Catholic side.

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