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Troops brought the donkey up amid falling shells and gunfire on the frontline and weaned him on tins of condensed milk. Jimmy spent the next two years in the Army, carrying equipment and soldiers, and he was even taught to raise his hoof in salute, with the troop of Cameronian Scottish Rifles Jimmy has now been awarded the Dickin Medal for bravery!

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Jimmy The Donkey

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Jimmy the Donkey was born in a First World War trench who saved countless soldiers' lives on the battlefield is being honoured for his bravery almost 100 years on in Peterborough’s Central Park. Jimmy 'The Sergeant' was born in France after a shell wounded his pregnant mother as she went into labour during the Battle of the Somme in 1916.

 

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