A group of children leave the women's compound of the prison camp at Holzminden accompanied by a Landsturm guard. They pass by a sentry's guard box, which marks the entrance to the women's section of the camp and may be enroute to school or some other activity. Interned civilians were divided into two compounds at Holzminden: one for men and the other for women. The sexes were segregated at night but the gates were opened during the day.
Germany, Holzminden, Camp Order, Quarters, Security, French Internees, Internees, German Guards, World War 1914-1918