[Italy] D'Ambia family enjoying their noon meal, consisting of a broth with pasta, braised beef, fruit salad and bread, March 1945
[Italy] Italian mothers and young children cohabitate with two of war's worst by-products - filth and disease .
[Italy] Devastated Cassino was one of the first towns to receive food and clothing from UNRRA
[Italy] An UNRRA Neapolitan welfare worker in the Margellina Cave questions families with a view to providing a home for them in the prefabricated barracks to be erected on a site chosen by the municipal authorities.
[Italy] These Austrian and Czech refugees are employed by UNRRA to repair shoes which will be distributed to other refugees and displaced persons in Italy.
[Italy] Examining for evidence of effect of deficient nutrition on growth and development of a child.
[Italy] Woman being examined by Dr. Jack Metcoff, of UNRRA, for evidence of nutritional deficiency.
[Italy] Mother and two children waiting with case history cards in hand for physical examination during health survey in Fondi, conducted by Unitarian Congregational Medical Nutrition Mission attached to UNRRA Italian Mission.
[Italy] A feature of the countryside in main malaria ridden districts, the letters DDT show that this farm has been treated under UNRRA malaria control program.
[Italy] Baby Peppino gets what the UNRRA poster promises - "Food, health and hope."