During the Second World War, Nazis uprooted the most valuable purebred horses from farms all over Europe and transported them to a facility in Czechoslovakia, where breeding experiments would be conducted on them. The Nazis hoped to produce ‘the perfect horse’ that would lead the Germans to victory in the war.
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