Lenchen im Zuchthause was published for the first time in 1840, 1900 for the English translation. I was unable to trace artwork for that edition. The book was translated to French as La Flagellation des femmes en Allemagne. Récit authentique d'une prisonnière, in 1901 with 20 illustrations from Martin Van Maele.
Nell in Bridewell, is a description of the system of corporal punishment (flagellation) in the female prisons of south Germany up to the year 1848 by Wilhelm Reinhard (original title: Lenchen im Zuchthause), tells the story of a young woman who experienced the horrors and indignities of a 19th century House of Correction in Germany.
- Album 1, Martin Van Maele (1901)
- Album 2, Martin Van Maele (1901)
- Album 3, unknown illustrator (1932)
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