[Italy] Herbert H. Lehman, Director General of UNRRA is surrounded by children during his visit to Sabaudia refugee camp 60 miles from Rome on July 7, 1945.
[Italy] Homeless refugees from the north of Italy, who will remain at Ortona Transit Camp until suitable accommodation is found for them, August 1945.
[Italy] In Cagliari Harbor, UNRRA trucks are unloaded.
[Italy] In Planning Room at UNRRA Headquarters, Captain Lloyd Gebhard, Chief of UNRRA Malaria Control program, discusses completed operations (treated areas shaded on map), with engineers.
[Italy] Italian farm wife baking bread in outdoor oven.
[Italy] Italian mothers and young children cohabitate with two of war's worst by-products - filth and disease .
[Italy] Labourers stack bags of UNRRA sugar on a Bari dock for shipment to Greece and Yugoslavia.
[Italy] Leuca hospital.
[Italy] Little Concetta, now in the care of her aunt, Antonelli Emilis, who lost husband and children in the bombardment of her home, August 1945.
[Italy] Little cripples, mutilated by mines, greeting Herbert H. Lehman, Director General of UNRRA, at the end of his visit to the Casa del Quirinale, a refugee camp for mutilated children, in the Royal Gardens, Rome.