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Bari, Italy. 17 January 1945. No. 267 Squadron RAF, a transport command squadron flying Douglas C47 Dakotas on supply missions to Yugoslavia, gives valuable aid to Tito's Partisans. Besides war supplies, food and clothes, the squadron takes in Yugoslav soldiers trained in Italy to carry on the fight against the retreating Germans, and former evacuees. Here a Yugoslav soldier and his six-week-old baby, are passangers on one trip, flown by an RAAF aircrew.

17 January No. 267 Squadron RAF, a transport command squadron flying Douglas Dakotas on supply missions to Yugoslavia, gives valuable aid to Tito's Partisans.

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George Frederick Kaye was a photographer from New Zealand who photographed "Kiwi" troops in the North African and Italian theaters during W.

German mortarman fixes his firing angle for a Granatwerfer 34 in 81-mm somewhere on the Eastern Front in 1942.

German mortarman fixes his firing angle for a Granatwerfer 34 in somewhere on the Eastern Front in

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