Germany: Prisoners, including:
Treatment of British prisoners and conditions in camps, including:
- Treatment of British prisoners at Wurzburg camp.
- Comforts and assistance for British prisoners: revised list of various funds and committees concerned with looking after prisoners of war; includes printed copy.
- British section of the 'Bureau de Secours aux prisonniers de guerre' at Berne.
- British prisoners engaged in German factories.
- Prisoners hospital at Frankfort-on-the-Main: report by Dr Karl Ohnesorg, Surgeon, US Navy, and Mr Rivington Pyne, US official, following their visit.
- Articles permitted to be sent to British prisoners.
- Boots for prisoners at Gardelegen camp, Saxony.
- Reports on prisoners' camps in Germany: officer camps at Mainz, Heidelberg, Villingen, and Ingolstadt, and men camps at Stuttgart, Ulm, Ingolstadt, Nurnberg, and Wurzberg; inspection reports, some including lists of names, by US officials (in docket no. 91449).
- Prisoners of War Help Committee.
- Reports on prisoners' camps in Germany: Stendal, Zerbst, and Wittenberg; inspection reports by US officials (in docket no. 94879).
- Conditions camp at prisoners' camp at Wurzburg: report on hospital and list of officers (in docket no. 94880).
- Treatment of prisoners of war at Hadersleben in Schleswig.
- Reports on prisoners' camps in Germany: Friedrichsfeld b/Wesel; original documents (in German) sent by the camp commandant to the late Mr Michelson, US Consul at Cologne, including lists and coloured plan on waxed paper (in docket no. 96677).
- Lazarets in Hamburg: report by US Consul General, Hamburg, with list of British wounded prisoners being treated (in docket no. 97368).
- Major C B Vandeleur, 1st Cameronians Regiment, escaped British prisoner of war: report on treatment of prisoners in Germany; investigation of incidents referred to in report.
- Parcels of food, etc, for British prisoners in Germany.
- Reports on prisoners' camps in Germany: officers' camp at Augustabad, near Neubrandenburg in Mecklenburg; inspection reports by US officials (in docket no. 98072).
- Recreation ground at hospital at Frankfort-on-the-Main.
- Treatment of British prisoners at Dänholm camp, Straslund: enquiry from Commander G H Miller-Sirling, Royal Navy (retired) regarding his son, Lieut A E S Miller-Stirling, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, held prisoner in officers' camp there.
- Visits of members of US Embassy to prisoners' camps in Germany.
- Treatment of British prisoners in Germany: comments on report by Consul Vicars.
- British soldier publicly flogged to death at Scheidemuhle, near Berlin: report of incident from two Russian soldiers escaped from Germany.
- Ill-treatment of British prisoners in Germany: reports from French wounded returned from Germany.
- Reports on prisoners' camps in Germany: officer camps at Freidburg, and Hannover, Münden, and soldier camps at Limburg and Giessen; inspection reports by Dr Karl Ohnesorg, Surgeon, US Navy (in docket no. 101488).
- Assistance to British prisoners in Germany: War Office enquiry whether £20,000 scheme was put into operation.
- Lt Col Maxwell Earle, wounded prisoner in Germany: treatment; report by Dr Karl Ohnesorg, Surgeon, US Navy.
- British naval prisoners at Giessen: report including lists of camps and field hospitals in Germany, forwarded by Mrs Jebb Scott, Hon Secretary of Ladies Emergency Committee of the Navy League.
- Reports on prisoners' camps in Germany: reports from repatriated prisoners showing lack of reliance to be placed on US reports.
- Complaints regarding treatment of British prisoners of war by Germans: treatment of officers from HMS Maori.
- Epidemic and relief: enquiries regarding Giessen or Gottingen.
- Treatment of British prisoners at Lille.
- Treatment of British prisoners at Heidelberg.
- Treatment of British prisoners in Germany: information received from Belgian hospital assistants.
- Irish prisoners of war: methods adopted by Germans towards Irish prisoners; report by Mr Vice Consul A G B Bax of Caen.
- Reports on prisoners' camps in Germany: Beeskow, Sagan, Sprottau, Guben, and Crossen; inspection reports by US officials (in docket no. 113266).
- Treatment of British prisoners at Neisse.
- Medical treatment of British wounded in Germany.
- Tobacco for British prisoners in Germany.
- Visits to camp at Hannover, Münden: information that no report made by US officials.
- Treatment of Royal Navy prisoners at Doberitz.
- Sedition of Irish prisoners of war.
- Treatment of British prisoners in Germany: report by Captain Middleton, Royal Army Medical Corps, recently repatriated, relating his experiences and conditions at Torgan, Burg, Alten-Grabow.
Code 1218 File 1061 (papers 86426-119237).