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On September 2, 2014, Warrior was posthumously awarded the Dickin Medal, known as the animals' Victoria Cross for gallantry. Named in honor of Maria Dickin who founded the PDSA, the UK's leading animal charity, Warrior is the first animal to be honored from the First World War.

Originally published in 1934, this UK paperback edition is introduced by General Seely's grandson, and includes illustrations by equine and war artist Sir Alfred Munnings, drawn specifically for Jack Seely. A classic, unforgettable story for horse lovers.

Publisher; Date of Pub New World Library
Photographs, Illustrations illustrated
ISBN-13 9781908216236
Edition Paperback
Pages 176
Additional Material Epilogue


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