[Germany]: UNRRA /1899 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, Peter, whose exact name is unknown (called Alecander Pecha, or Siegfried Bruhns) was born June 20, 1939, according to German records Peter was an orphan, in Shitomir
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1809 : Clutching the cross which had marked her husband's grave who died in Germany, and his tools with which she hopes to do her share in rebuilding Poland, is Mrs. Hedwig Nega of Geraltowity, 76 who will return home alone.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1664
[Germany]: UNRRA /1653 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, The children kneel at prayer in a corner of the Kloster Chapel, which incorporates the original structure of the Covent dating back 800 years.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1652 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, View of Kloster Indersdorf. The Convent was founded in the 12th century.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1648 : Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, UNRRA Medical Welfare Officer Anna Marie Dewaal-Malefyt, of Amersfoort, Netherlands, and one of the nuns, with a group of the kloster babies.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1645: Kloster Indersdorf, Germany, One more boundary passed, one more set of official papers, in the lives of waifs who have passed years in exile under constantly changing civil and military authorities.
[Germany] : UNRRA 1405 : Munich, Germany, Liberated from the Dachau concentration camp, professor Ohman Pirkmajer, a Yugoslav, has been appointed director of the University. He is shown at his desk in the University Building.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1374 : Wolfratausen, Germany, Jewish children at the Wolfrathausen, Germany, UNRRA Displaced Persons assembly center, line up with their games after NCWC distributed recreational and educational supplies to the camp members.
[Germany]: UNRRA / 1373 : Wolfrathausen, Germany, The national Catholic Welfare Conference truckload of supplies arrives at UNRRA team 106, a Jewish Displaced Persons camp at Wolfrathausen, Germany...