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  • Tags: Water buffalo

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"Only way to get supplies from the street to camp area - through the mud at Dulag, Leyte. 17th Tactical Recon Sqdn. (no face on the carabao)"

Position: 2049 (3 views)

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"Filipino women (for most part) doing soldiers laundry in river" From "Darkroom Soldier": " Busuanga River: Upstream Bath, Downstream Laundry. Hill reported these scenes to Martha: 'En route home, we stopped at the deep part of the river for a swim.…

Position: 1250 (4 views)

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"Carabao resting in river"

Position: 2049 (3 views)

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"Local boy on the back of his carabao - in the river. These beasts of burden need to cool off in water (or mud) several times a day - "

Position: 2049 (3 views)

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"Filipino boy leading a Carabao out of the river Luzon"

Position: 830 (5 views)

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"Urbistondo farmer poses on his Carabao - Shows his large sun hat"

Position: 284 (8 views)

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"Local farmer, his children riding a Carabao - near Urbistondo Lingayen Gulf area Luzon"

Position: 830 (5 views)

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"Portrait of a Carabao near Ubistondo" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Carabao. As Hill wrote to Martha, 'Water buffalo are used for all farm power. They are called carabao by the people here. Those beasts please me immensely.' Slow, steady, and…

Position: 284 (8 views)

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"Carabao who pull mud boat to Dulag camp"

Position: 2049 (3 views)

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"Waiting carabao at Mess hall - Dulag"

Position: 1250 (4 views)

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