Thursday, November 20, 2014

George Frederick Kaye

 Italian peasant woman and children in the area occupied 
by the 2nd New Zealand Division in Italy, 16 December 1943
 Members of 2 New Zealand Division who are camped 
alongside the waterfall at Isola del Liri in Italy, 27 June 1944
 New Zealand gunners, from 6 NZ Field Regiment, in action 
on the Sangro River front in Italy, 29 November 1943
 New Zealand tank transporter rumbles through town of Sora, Italy, 3 June 1944
 NZ infantry soldiers closing in on the German HQ of the Sangro River Defence Line at Castelfrentano, Italy, 2 December 1943
 R W Wilson with group of orphan children in Castelfrentano, Italy, 6 January 1944
 Three New Zealand soldiers stroll alongside the ancient wall that partly surrounds the town of Alife and pass Italian women washing clothes in the stream at the foot of the wall, 12 January 1944
 Two soldiers on the battlefront at Cassino, Italy, during manoeuvres. 
Probably taken during a mock attack staged behind the line, 5 April 1944
 Typical peasant women from one of the villages just behind 
the forward areas on the Italian Front, 16 December 1943
Winter conditions on the 5th Army Front in Italy, during World War II, 
have resulted in sharpened appetites so that cookers and primuses 
have developed greater importance than ever, 15 February 1944

Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

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