Giorgos Arvanitis

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A soldier of the Kings African Rifles practices his barbering skills, at their camp in Kensington Gardens, London - 1946

A soldier of the Kings African Rifles practices his barbering skills, at their camp in Kensington Gardens, London - 1946

Chinese prisoner kneeling on chains, with his ankles in stocks, while his arms are tied by the thumbs to a pole supporting his arms. Moukden, China. Circa. 1900.

Chinese prisoner kneeling on chains, with his ankles in stocks, while his arms are tied by the thumbs to a pole supporting his arms.

According to the Manchu law, Han Chinese men had to choose between keeping their hair and their head - they were not allowed to keep both).  Here we see a man having his queue braided according to the law.

According to the Manchu law, Han Chinese men were required to wear their hair in the queue style to show loyalty to the Emperor. Here we see a man having his queue braided according to the law.

China, 1905 Peripatetic barber with customer, probably in Shanghai

China, 1905 Peripatetic barber with customer, probably in Shanghai

Burt's Barber Shop

How cool is this pic by my old buddy Brian Hurson owner of in Toronto. Check him out every photo HE takes will take YOU back in time. Brian loves his flattops and the dutch gravy called Haircut: by schorembarbier