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    The Horses Didn't Come Home
    198 x 128 x 0mm
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    The last great cavalry charge in history took place at Beersheba in the Sinai Desert in 1917. It was Australian soldiers and horses that took part in, and won, this amazing, unexpected, unorthodox victory.
    The men proudly claimed it was their great-hearted horses that won the day. But in the end, the horses didn't come home...

    Ages: 9+
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