[Germany]: UNRRA / 1652 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, View of Kloster Indersdorf. The Convent was founded in the 12th century.
[Germany]: UNRRA /1653 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, The children kneel at prayer in a corner of the Kloster Chapel, which incorporates the original structure of the Covent dating back 800 years.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1809 : Clutching the cross which had marked her husband's grave who died in Germany, and his tools with which she hopes to do her share in rebuilding Poland, is Mrs. Hedwig Nega of Geraltowity, 76 who will return home alone.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1906 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, Weighing in is part of the medical program to improve conditions of children who have been undernourished during the hardships of war. Yvonne Monny ( see photo 8 ) handles the scales.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1908 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, Peter gets a pair of shoes.
[Germany] : UNRRA 1944: Kaserne, Germany, group of children read a Jewish newspaper as they await the train.
One of the bad examples of emergency housing in China is this bombed Buddist [ie Buddhist] temple in Hankow where hundreds of Hankow natives are living on their return from free China
In a converted cotton mill at Wuchang, twin city of Hankow, thousands of refugees from all parts of China are given shelter, food and medical attention before continuing on their way
A communal bath tub is shared by refugees who have just returned from a day's labor on a work relief project to the camp provided for them by CNRRA and UNRRA at Tsingtao
CNRRA 44. A refugee family prepares meals over a Chinese fire pot