Four hundred British prisoners of war (POWs) return from Italy under repatriation scheme. Despite their?
SLATE INFORMATION: Good Scenes
Repatriated prisoners posing for photocall with nurses in grounds of hospital / Repatriated prisoners posing with nurses in grounds of hospital and singing "BLESS 'EM ALL" SOT / Wounded soldier with eye patch playing Accordion SOT / PAN wounded troops and nurses singing SOT / Men and nurse singing SOT
Sergeant Peter Lowe up steps of his house with kit and rings bell / Loweon doorstep as mother opens door and gives me hug/embrace SOT
Peter Lowe with Mrs. Lowe and another man sitting having tea in living, and talking
Mrs Lowe SOT
- It's marvelous to have you home Pete. I had 14 months of hell waiting for you to come back. Oh! but aren't you thin!
- Oh! you don't have to worry about that now Mother, I'm home - let's have a cup of tea
Mrs. Lowe speaking to her son Peter SOT
- Oh! Peter aren't you thin?
- You think I am thin. We were starving over there. If it hadn't been for the Red Cross we should never have lived. We had marvelous parcels, but now don't let us worry about that - let's have a cup of tea
Military - Active; Medicine and Health; Prisoners of War; Military - Injured
Background: Four hundred British prisoners of war (POWs) return from Italy under repatriation scheme. Despite their wounds, the men are in high spirits to be home again.