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The caption reads, "A dog with a gas mask. This dog was employed by a sanitary corps in locating wounded soldiers."

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Source "The Literary Digest History of the World War", volume V, p. 333.
Author Halsey, Francis Whiting,
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First published in the USA before 1923.

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