Two Artists and a Cowra Chapel — Footprints of Italian Prisoners of War in Australia

Artefacts made by Italian Prisoners of War are rare. While there are many memories of theEliseo Pieraccini and Carlo Vannucci are names on the lists of Italian prisoners of war sent to Australia during WW 2. Individually, they were just a number and a name; their details were recorded and notated on multiple Australian Military Forces forms.gifts made by the POWs such as rings, engravings and wooden objects, there are few items still in existence.

Two Artists and a Cowra Chapel

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