Italian civilians living in bombed out buildings in Foggia in 1944

Gift of Austin Loree, from the Collection of The National WWII Museum
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Italian people living and going about daily routines in bombed-out building's ruins. '[illegible] shows how [illegible] live in the ruins - note woman during wash! Foggia." Italy. Probably 1944

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$120.00
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Items from the service of Alan V. Bucher. Bucher was a music teacher and organist prior to the war and served as a typist during the war. He built a homemade silent piano from wood to continue to practice during time spent over seas.
Geography: 
Monte Sant'Angelo
Latitude: 
41.700
Longitude: 
15.950
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War damage--Italy
Laundry--Italy