(Exceedingly rare) original photograph of Teddy Roosevelt’s 1st Calvary hazing a soldier for misconduct by tossing him precariously in the air until his attitude or punishment is satisfied. The commanding officers stand by calculating the times this poor grunt has to endure this terrifying treatment never knowing when the canvas would be pulled out from under him? Naturally today such “activity” would qualify as a War Crime worthy of Congressional hearings and possible, if not likely military court marshal’s. But this was a time when the left didn’t poison common sense and reason.
5" x 5" inches.
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