The genre of ‘The Perfect Horse’ is Leaders and Notable People.
A small crew of battle exhausted Americans soldiers, in the turbulent final days of war, caught a German secret agent and made a surprising finding. The spy’s bag was empty but it had the picture of white horses. These white horses were filched and retained at a secret place by Hitler. These horses were the best pedigreeds of the world. Hitlar had stocked them to nurture the splendid army agency as horse expert breed. As Russian Army itself was approaching to starvation, the horses were also in forthcoming risk of being killed for food.
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American colonel Hank Reed, best horseman of the Army, made a brave decision under the guidance and blessings of General George Patton’s, without wasting time, prepared an undercover relief operation. Reed’s limited but persistent troop fight with Germans and saved the horses.
In ‘The Perfect horses’ the author, Elizabeth Lett, presented us an extraordinary characters:The director of the famous Spanish Riding School of Vienna, Alois Podhajsky. An erstwhile Olympic medalist who was forced to destroy Austrian capital with his whole stable to pull along by blowing a bomb. Gusta Rau, Hitler’s arrogant chief, horse breeding, an enthusiast of genetics whose dream was of inherently making an ideal warhorse for Germany. Tom Stewart who was the son of a senator who made a fearless effulgence drive upon a white horse to protect the surrender of farms.
This books explains the real accounts of these incidents during World War II.