Posted 12 months ago
These scenes were taken by Harvey Tom Evans, during WWII, on the Philippine Islands, while fighting the Japanese. They are a harsh reminder of what humans can inflict on others, and the Japanese/German plans were one of these, but also a reminder of the Bravery of our people here in the states, and elsewhere.
Harvey was in the Navy from 1932 (I believe) until 1935 or 36, Class 4F...please tell me what that means. I have other paperwork of his.
Sorry, but these are history...it should not be forgotten, any more than those who served in any branch of the services should be...men, women, boys and girls
Yes, I have an affinity for the head hunter and his trophy, which we paid him to take. Now all I have to do is to discover one of his tribesmen's actual axes...luckily I know many Filipina's online.....LOL.
I am guessing the location as being the Philippines because few nations had active head hunters, and the man's look reminds me of the many I have spoken with.