In last week’s post I spoke about Margaret Bourke-White’s World War Two photographs. While looking through more of the old photos from Life Magazine I stumbled across a series she did of the US Army in Italy in 1943 that I decided to share.
US Army Capt. Francis A. O’Neill, 46, in charge of ORG. FARM which handles all freight that is unloaded and dispatched to various Army dumps in the city.
US Army engineers running the “GENERAL MARK CLARK SPECIAL” rattling along a newly constructed spur line past a grain elevator and a bombed warehouse along the waterfront.
US Army engineers working on equipment next to a bomb-damaged statue of nude men in a city park where they have chosen to pitch tents for their living quarters.
US Army engineers working on filling holes in street in front of a barrage balloon & the blown-out bldg. of the Port Surgeons office, during cleanup of damage done by evacuating German demolition teams.
American soldiers working on amphibious vehicle in front of bombed-out buildings, during cleanup of damage done by evacuating German demolition teams.
US Army engineers lolling around tent in front of huge bombed-out warehouse which they are reconstructing to be used for their supply storage, during cleanup of damage done by evacuating German demolition teams.
Rome: Three American GIs at liberty, getting their picture taken by an Italian street photographer as 2 sailors look on.