UNRRA poster for war relief programs
- Artwork Title
- Helping People to Help Themselves
- Object Type
Posters, American (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Calumet Public School Library
Large lithographic poster acquired by Raymond Fadner when he worked as a statistician for the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) in Washington, DC, in 1945-1947. It illustrates the needs of survivors of the war and the relief measures administered by UNRRA. UNRRA was established on November 9, 1943, to provide economic assistance to liberated areas after the war. In 1945-1946, UNRRA was active in repatriating refugees and managing displaced persons camps in Austria, Germany, and Italy. The agency was shut down due to a lack of funding in 1947.
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Also in Raymond Fadner collection
The collection consists of a poster and photographs relating to the experiences of Raymond Fadner when he worked for the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) in Washington, DC, after World War II.
The papers consist of 31 official United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) photographs, with captions, depicting the various relief programs and actions of the organization following World War II and 23 labels describing the images that are duplicates of the photograph captions. Activities at UNRRA facilities in China, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, and Sweden, are depicted.