[Middle East] Yugoslav refugee mothers in one of UNRRA's refugee camps in the Middle East.
[Middle East] Yugoslav girls, evacuated early in 1944, in the nursing classes organised by Miss Dorothy Sutherland of Minneapolis.
[Middle East] Young refugees relaxed in deep sleep after a hard day of studying and playing on board the ship which is returning them to their homes and their families.
[Middle East] Using sand, teacher Josif Radic of Yugoslavia patiently creates a relief map of Dalmatia for his refugee pupils, so that they can learn something about their native land, at UNRRA's Camp Tolumbat, about 14 miles east of Alexandria, Egypt.
[Middle East] Toy making has always been one of the most popular pastimes at El Shatt, UNRRA's biggest refugee camp in the Middle East.
[Middle East] Tents at Nuseirat, southern Palestine, which is UNRRA's biggest camp for Greek refugees.
[Middle East] TB patients being repatriated from refugee camps in Egypt to their own country, Yugoslavia.