National Geographic : 1944 Nov
Mindanao, on the Road to Tokyo Customers Loiter at a "Chineleria," or Slipper Shop, on Davao's Main Street In Davao's "Little Tokyo" many signs were in Japanese even before the war (page 544). After the conquest all were "Japanned." In 1944 Navy airmen returned to Davao, bombing waterfront and airdromes. Willarn Price A Moro Chief Seals a Blood Compact between Men of Rival Tribes The Datu, wearing a fez, slits the forefingers of a Moro (left) and a Bagobo with a razor-edge knife. When each sips at the other's wound, they become blood brothers.