Stalag VIIIB/344 Lamsdorf
Maltreatment of Prisoners
Sergeant Albert Willis, a prisoner, displays his manacled hands for the camera, in a photograph taken by William Lawrence to document evidence of German maltreatment of prisoners in the camp. The hands of prisoners at Stalag VIIIB were bound every day for some time as a German reprisal for alleged Allied mistreatment of German prisoners during raids on the Channel Islands and Dieppe. Initially cord was used, until manacles were supplied.
Handcuffing and Hand-Tying of Prisoners - The Full Story
Claim for Compensation for Maltreatment - Lorne Angus Frame, Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada