Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 51, Gracias á la almorta (Thanks to the millet)
Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 52, No llegan á tiempo (They do not arrive in time)
Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 59, De qué sirve una taza? (What good in one bowl?)
Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 54, Clamores en vano (Appeals are in vain)
A severely starved person lays in hay. Eichmann Trial.
Sisters M. Johnson of Tatanagar India, carries a person whose body attests to the starvation suffered by Andaman Islanders at the hands of the Japanese
These Allied prisoners of war are emaciated, but there's new hope in their eyes. U.S. Navy squadrons reached them at Aomori Prison Camp near Yokohama.
An emaciated Japanese soldier, taken prisoner during the last days of Japanese resistance on Guadalcanal
British soldiers Gordon James Clark and Norman Hill relax on the deck of USS Block Island. The U.S. Pacific Fleet liberated them from a Japanese prison camp on Formosa [Taiwan].
Hungry Neapolitans stare amazedly as huge trays of white bread are borne to a distribution station as part of American relief efforts
At left, residents of Berlin file out of an underground bomb shelter. At right, bombed-out German housewives in Berlin seek food for their families.
Hershel Newlly of Willard, Tennessee distributes food left over from an Army meal to Italian civilians in the Cassino area
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