Hero Dog Saved England in 1966 – Dogs Stories from History

Hero Dog Saved England in 1966 – Dogs Stories from History

A Hero Dog! Jules Rimet was stolen on March 20, 1966, nothing more and nothing less than the World Cup was known as Jules Rimet. It happened in the Central Hall Westminster, England while the award was held showcased on the eve of the World Cup would be where the English hosts. Thieves trophy and no stamps that were much more valuable for three million pounds were taken. After the event a large police operation was deployed to the whereabouts of the robbers and the World Cup. But a week…

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Rolf, the Dog Super Smart- Dogs Stories from History

Rolf, the Dog Super Smart- Dogs Stories from History

The Dog Super Smart Rolf, the dog super smart. As part of Nazi Germany during the course of World War II there were many projects and experiments and purposes quite outlandish and bizarre goals. One of these secret projects was to create an army of super-intelligent dogs, as published the Daily Mail according a group of declassified files in 2.011 February. The aim was to achieve real communication with dogs, especially those whose owners were part of the forces of the dreaded SS. Hitler was dog lover, had two German…

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Fido, The faithful dog – Dogs Stories From History

Fido, The faithful dog – Dogs Stories From History

Fido, The faithful dog Surely history is full of stories of dogs that have demonstrated their loyalty to their owners around the world. Such is the case for example of Hachiko in Japan and Greyfriars Bobby in Scotland who have written numerous books and there have been several movies. But the most famous faithful dog in life is perhaps the least known by people. Fido, a mongrel dog born in a small village in Italy in the late 1930s during the beginning of World War II, about to die even…

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