[Austria] One of the many hungry people rummaging amongst the garbage in search of something to eat, May 1946.
[Austria] Vienna, May 1946 disease might spread in Vienna if people go on picking food out of garbage and rubbish piles.
Honeycombed plain at the Yellow River Project from which thousands of tons have been removed to build the earthen dam, (at left), with remaining gap to be bridged by a modern rock-fill, timber trestle dam (centre)
Oliver J Todd, UNRRA Chief Advisory Engineer for the Yellow River Project, supervises the loading of a giant pile driver which will sink sixty foot piles in the river's bed at the mile-long main break in the dykes at Chengchow
C Togo Sturdivant, left, UNRRA farm machinery specialist, and YC Yuen (in cap), tractor specialist of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, check the cargo manifest as a Massey-Harris, Model 82, farm tractor is loaded on a lighter at Point Island
Agricultural farm tractors with tillage implements are loaded on a Yellow River train for Lanfeng
Otha Wolf, Brethren Service Unit volunteer from Bunker Hill, Indiana, supervises repairs one of his Chinese students is making on an UNRRA-supplied tractor at the UNRRA-sponsored tractor training project in Kiangsi Province in South China
CNRRA / 710 Director-General Lowell W Rooks (center) watches an AMOMO-trained Chinese tractor operator drive an UNRRA-supplied Allis Chalmers farm tractor
A farm tractor operated by Roy S Tucker, Oklahoma, superintendent of CNRRA & UNRRA's tractor training programme in Honan Province, is watched attentively by Chinese peasant farmers near the flooded area of Fan Chia, 32 miles south of Kaifeng
CNRRA / 760 Chinese farmers and their families watching a 12-foot self-propelling Massey-Harris farm combine pick rice at Minghong, near Shanghai, at 300 times the speed of a human being