I have some photos that were my father's taken whilst a prisoner in Stalag VIIIB/Lamsdorf 344. They are of himself and others, taken in a room with furniture and a picture on the wall. Not sure if they were taken at the same time or not. We know the men were given uniforms for these photos which were then handed back. Smart dress and a domestic setting all part of the propaganda no doubt. My question: my father spent most of his POW term in a work party located about 200km from the main camp at Lamsdorf. Were the men transported back to Lamsdorf for the purpose of photos or were these set up and organised by the company/business owner benefitting from the labour, possibly as one of the requirements for accessing cheap labour?