A Chinese peasant farmer whose ancestors plowed by hand and oxen, learns to operate a modern American farm tractor brought to China by UNRRA
The earth, bare and cracked, now is nonetheless rich in mineral and ready for cultivation
Workmen supervised by CNRRA agricultural rehabilitation officials in Tsingtao pull a heavy roller over millions of locust eggs, collected by farmers on adjoining farmlands
[Italy] Breakfast in a bombed out village south of Naples is bread alone.
[Italy] A young victim of the war hobbles through the ruined streets of Cisterna, Italy on his home-made crutches.
[Italy] Sisters of a Catholic order at Santa Maria di Leuca, Italy, sew and mend for patients at the 116 bed UNRRA hospital.
[Italy] UNRRA camp at Santa Maria di Leuca where UNRRA clothes are being distributed to Greek, Yugoslav and Albanian refugees.
[Italy] American cast-off clothes are piled high in the chapel altars of the Church of Santa Croce di Leuca, at Naples, which was damaged by bombs and has been turned into an UNRRA workshop where clothing is mended and cleaned before distribution.
[Italy] Two Polish brothers, separated for five years in Nazi concentration camps, find each other again when UNRRA brings them together at Bari, Italy.
[Italy] Two sons, her husband and her home lost by allied bombing, this Italian woman seeks shelter.