The Heroic Pigeon of WWI Who Saved Nearly 200 Lives — Commonplace Fun Facts

They called him a bird-brain, but it wasn’t an insult. He was known to fly from battle, but no one called him a coward. He spent the entirety of his military service stark naked, but no one thought that odd. When he saved nearly 200 men despite being heavily injured, everyone agreed his heroics should […]

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