Pasta Drying Everywhere — Footprints of Italian Prisoners of War in Australia

Colin Wenck lives on Upson Downs, just outside of Gayndah, a property owned by his great-grandparents Walter and Martha Sauer during World War 2. There were two properties run by the Sauer family: Upson Downs and across the river Banapan. Running cattle and growing small crops, three Italian prisoners of war were employed to take on the work around the farms.

Pasta Drying Everywhere

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