Most people picture pristine beaches, eco-tourism or amazing sea creatures when they think of the Solomon Islands.
But the idyllic chain of islands in the Pacific Ocean is also home to fascinating relics from World War Two and some of the conflict’s most significant battlegrounds.
Some of the relics left behind by US and Japanese forces have found their way to a shack in Munda, on the island of New Georgia, where Barney Paulsen has put them on display after finding them in the jungle.
Over the past decade Barney’s collection has grown to include hand grenades, ammunition, helmets, machetes, dog tags and personal items such as reading glasses.
Source - Daily Mail UK