WAKEFIELD TRAINING PRISON AND CAMP: EVERYDAY LIFE IN A BRITISH PRISON, WAKEFIELD, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, 1944
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The entrance to New Hall Camp at Wakefield Training Prison. Two inmates walk down the path towards their huts, carrying garden tools. According to the original caption, the land for this camp was acquired in 1933. "Parties of prisoners conveyed daily from Wakefield Prison cleared the woodland for cultivation and gradually erected the camp".