Tuesday, July 8, 2014

George Frederick Kaye

This fellow is rapidly becoming one of my favorites. He seems to have covered every aspect of the soldiering life on the frontlines, as well as that of the civilians caught in the middle.

 'Action stations' on anti aircraft gun as enemy aircraft 
approach the Cassino Front, Italy, 15 March 1944
 A bren carrier under maintenance during a rest period in 
an Italian village behind the front line, 6 January 1944
 A group of New Zealand and Greek troops watch the antics of a Greek canine mascot in the forward of the front near Rimini, Italy, 21 September 1944
 A group of New Zealand soldiers on the Cassino battlefront in Italy, during World War II. Probably reconstruction for photographers behind the line. 5 April 1944
 A New Zealand 25 pounder firing at night near Sora, Italy, 1 June 1944
 A New Zealand anti aircraft gun on the outskirts of Riccione in Italy, 21 September 1944
 A New Zealand Divisional Artillery gun crew rests during one of the lulls 
in the firing on the Cassino Front in Italy, 17 May 1944
 A young woman of Sora, Italy, gives a bunch of flowers to 
New Zealand soldiers after the town's capture, 3 June 1944
 Action stations on a NZ anti aircraft gun on the Italian Front, 16 December 1943
An Italian peasant gathering a wheat harvest beside a wrecked 
German vehicle near Sora in Italy, 11 June 1944
Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

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