[Italy] Unloading UNRRA's first consignment of seed potatoes from the "Arnhem" at the docks at Naples.
[Italy] Dr. Richard Katziantschitsch, Austrian government representative, inspects the first sacks to be unloaded from the ship at Venice, Italy, ready for rail journey to Vienna, April 1946.
[Italy] Trucks for Austria unloaded at Naples, March 1946.
[Italy] D'Ambia family enjoying their noon meal, consisting of a broth with pasta, braised beef, fruit salad and bread, March 1945
[Italy] UNRRA's new charges gather at the entrance to one of the caves on washing day 
[Italy] A rat-hole for seven humans 
[Italy] 1945 housing conditions in southern Italy and a sample of the great problem facing UNRRA
[Italy] Italian mothers and young children cohabitate with two of war's worst by-products - filth and disease .
[Italy] This picture shows the cave dwellers "at home" in the Margellina Cave
[Italy] One of many destitute families assisted by UNRRA