Torture itself is a painful word. When we talk about the tortures in ancient Britain, it has a toilful history.
In ancient times, Tower of London was a location where torturing was acted, and the victims' bodies were displayed in London Bridge. The enemies of the English Crown, whoever they were, were treated in a cruel manner. The victims or sufferers were treated too badly before taken them to death.
Sufferers were hanged, drawn and quartered. This kind of torturing started from the 12th century in Britain.
The victim is trapped in this A-shaped metallic rack. The head is strapped on the top point with hands and legs placed at the middle and lower end respectively, putting pressure forcefully so that blood spills from nose and ear.
These are the German prisoners who were beaten badly inside London Cage.
In this type of torture, victim's face is covered and water is poured for minutes. This makes sufferer difficulty in breathing.
In this kind of torture, the victim is hung and dragged on a wooden board. Then he is cut and divided into several parts and beheaded lastly.
The victims were pinned to this chair with huge pressure.
The sufferer is hanged upside down and taken to death by sawing.
Men were taken to the torture room and crucified in that tool. Before death, they were troubled badly by beating.
Victims were tied to this circular execution block and given painful torture physically.
Prisoners were placed on this rack and tortured up to the extreme and beheaded.