The Approach

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UploadedMay 3, 2011
TakenMay 2, 2011
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 50D
Exposure1/200 sec at f/22
FlashCompulsory Flash
Focal Length90 mm
ISO1000
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In 1964, Dwight D. Eisenhower called Andrew Jackson Higgins "the man who won the war for us". Higgins invention, the Land Craft Vehicle Personnel, participated in every major invasion of the war: North Africa, Sicily, Italy, D-Day, Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Saipan, Tinian, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. Without Higgins's famous landing crafts, the total outcome of World War II may have have been seriously altered. Higgins Industries was reponsbible for creating approximately 20,000 of these vessels. Higgins employed and paid all of his workers equally; thus having a company that was seen as being socially ahead of it's times. By employing and treating his workers fair and justly, they inturn produced vessels that dramatically aided in the succeess of winning World War II.

This photograph was taken at the Andrew Jackson Higgins World War II Memorial, located in Columbus, Nebraska. Higgins was born in Columbus in 1886 where he spent a great majority of his childhood growing up along the sand barges of the Loup and Platte Rivers that are not a far distance from the city.

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