Monday, July 28, 2014

George Frederick Kaye

 A G Trotter talks to three Italian children who have wandered 
into the middle of artillery positions near Sora, 1 June 1944
 R T Stewart hands some washing to two small Italian children who have 
found their way into artillery lines near Sora in Italy, 1 June 1944
[same three children as in the first picture]
[perhaps they're washing Mr. Trotter's shirt]
 A group of New Zealand soldiers and local women and children in the village behind the Italian Front where members of 2 New Zealand Division are resting, 6 January 1944
 A New Zealand gun crew on their way to the forward areas of the 
Sangro River sector of the Italian battlefront, 29 November 1943
 A New Zealand soldier gives a piece of chocolate to an aged civilian 
who has returned to the ruined Italian town of Orsogna, Italy, 16 June 1944
 A section of the Cassino Front, Italy, as seen by R F Dale 
waiting behind the sights of his anti aircraft gun, 15 March 1944
 A smoke screen being laid in Cassino, Italy, 
as the Allied attack proceeds, 18 May 1944
 A street photographer at Taranto, Italy, 
photographing Kiwis on leave, November 1943
 Allied infantry personnel move among the ruins of Cassino, Italy, 
shortly after the town fell to the Allies, 18 May 1944
An Allied anti aircraft crew keeps watch for enemy aircraft in the 
mountainous country in the forward areas of the Italian Front, 10 April 1944

Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

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