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Images of photographs of Jersey during the German Occupation of the island between 1941 and 1945, taken for the purpose of creating duplicate negatives. Images include: people gathered in The Parade, a line of uniformed men, a Jersey Motor Transport (JMT) and Bellingham's horse-drawn town bus, Colin Isherwood [Image G, far right] and family with British Red Cross aid parcels, children sat on sandbags, a Nazi wartime flag flying from St Helier Parish Hall, a football match on College Field, the exterior of a hotel in St Brelade's Bay requisitioned by German forces, German officers and nurses relaxing and men competing in shot put and long jump competitions.
Negatives have been scanned at 1,200 dpi and can be downloaded as high quality jpg files. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.
|Date||November 2nd 1976|
|Names||British Red Cross|
Jersey Motor Transport and Bellingham
|Keywords||aid | Buses | Cafes | Children | Coaches | Flags | Football | German | German Occupation | Group portraits | Horses | Hotels | long jump | nurses | Occupation | officers | parcels | parish halls | Photographs | playing fields | sandbags | Schools | shot put | soldiers | Sports | War|
|Places||College Field, Millards Corner, St Brelade's Bay, The Parade|
|Dimensions||14 35mm negative|
|Level of description||File|
|Access restrictions||Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.|
|JEP Photographic Job Number||1976/2387|
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