[Germany]: UNRRA /3047 : Hohenfels, Germany, Poles at the UNRRA assembly center at Hohenfels occupy themselves in repairing shoes for the 4000 displaced persons. They are shorth of leather, but manage to keep busy on what they can find.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3048 : Hohenfels, Germany, A stone Quarry and rock crusher situated near the Hohenfels DP camp, worked by 40 Polish volunteers, provides stone for concrete foundations for buildings.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3049 : Hohenfels, Germany, Wool from the sheep at the Hohenfels farm is spun by Anna Czura and Marismroz (right) and then made into socks and mittens by Polish girls at the center.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3050 : Berchlesgaden, Germany, Richards Harjese, head of the camp communication section, and formerly an engineer with the Latvia V.E.R. ( State Electro-Technical ) is shown checking the broadcast apparatus in the centers midget radio
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3051: Coburg, Germany, Stanislaw Kraykowish, of Warsaw, finishes a crib in the carpenter shop.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3053 : Hanau, Getrmany, Displaced persons under UNRRA care man their own fire department to protect supplies at the UNRRA warehouse in Hanua, Germany.
[Germany] : UNRRA 3054 : Munich, Germany, Fluoroscopic checks for tuberculosis are given to the displaced persons in UNRRA assembly center in S S Kaserne, Munich, in the camp's own hospital. Here Dr. Tutsanja, Hungarian displaced person...
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3055 : Hanau, Germany/ Displaced persons batter down brick walls of former stables at Hanau, Germany to make room for vocational training shop where UNRRA will teach DOs a wide variety of skills.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3056 : Hersfeld, Germany, After the dedication ceremomy at the new chapel at the UNRRA DP center in Hersfeld, Germany, members of the congregation file past the priest to receive his blessings, be sprinkled with Holy Water and to kiss.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 3057: Wertheim, Germany, Miss Lily Ruiga (former DP) at the Displaced Persons Assembly Center hospital at the camp in Wertheim, is shown checking temperatures and pulses on her regular morning tour at the wards.