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How frequently were homing pigeons used in the World Wars?
It seems that the strategic weight of specially breeded pigeons is much higher than I thought at first, based on the number of pigeons used and the effort to stop them. (In WW2 Germans even trained ...
Oct 14 '11 at 18:49
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