Drivers of New Zealand Division vehicles, washing down trucks in a stream near Alife, Italy - Photograph taken by George Frederick Kaye
- [ca 12 Jan 1944]
- Kaye, George Frederick, 1914-2004
- Drivers of New Zealand Division vehicles using a stream to wash their trucks, near the town of Alife in the Volturno Valley, Italy. Photograph taken circa 12 January 1944 by George Frederick Kaye. Other - Also identified on back of file print as `NZ 1272' Source of descriptive information - From back of file print: "New Zealanders on the Volturno. Picture taken with a New Zealand unit in the Volturno area, 5th Army front. This stream gives drivers of NZ Div vehicles the opportunity to give their vehicles a much needed washdown. The stream is near the town of Alife, Italy, S.W. of Piedemonte." Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s). Physical Description: Film negative
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- New Zealand. Department of Internal Affairs. War History Branch :Photographs relating to World War 1914-1918, World War 1939-1945, occupation of Japan, Korean War, and Malayan Emergency / World War 1939-1945 official negatives - DA Series
- 1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives, Film negative, Orientation: Horizontal image
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