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Well, sorta. I bought a WW2 era photo of a Carabao on eBay, since I like collecting old photos of cattle, and it was one of four. I didn't pay much attention to the others until they showed up, upon which after the initial "wow, that's one scrawny cow" I noticed something else.

Phillipino reuse? Trophy? Is it even what I think it is? Seems to me it' be somewhat risky to be wearing if it was a souvenir, and unlikely the owner's simply mostly-out-of-uniform.

 

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Neat photo! Some Japanese continued wearing their uniforms and caps way beyond wars end. Even unissued military clothing was utlized by civilians.They removed insignias, rank tabs, stars off caps etc
 

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That is one skinny critter. Talk about needing some R&R.
Maybe it kept him from being eaten ;)
 

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I think that is an unnamed Banzai member taking his wife for a ride on Guam
Well it sure ain't japmilitaria unless he developed a sudden case of anorexia. That skinny beast could never pull him ;)
Gonna miss you this weekend Bryan!
 
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