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Papers regarding the memorial to the twenty Islanders from Jersey who died in concentration camps or as a consequence of being in a camp during the Second World War, including Order of Service, the design of the memorial, the names to be included and the wording on the memorial itself, guest lists for the dedication in the presence of the Bailiff Sir Philip Bailhache, held on 9 November 1996 (memorial located on the New North Quay, St Helier Harbour)
Date: June 10th 1995 - November 11th 1996
Photograph of the opening of the Jersey Archive: the Chairman of the Jersey Heritage Trust, Don Filleul OBE introduces the Bailiff Sir Philip Bailhache. Image includes Jurat Alf Vibert, Chairman of the Archives Management Committee [Copyright: Jersey Evening Post].
Date: July 24th 2000
Transcript of speech given by Frederick Cohen, President of the Jersey Jewish Congregation, outline of the experiences of individual Jews resident in Jersey and the slaves who were transported to the Channel Islands for labour. Transcript of speech given by the Bailiff of Jersey, Sir Philip Bailhache. The Bailiff put the experiences from the occupation in a wider context and asked the question, what can be learnt from the holocaust? Transcript of speech given by the Bailiff of Guernsey, Sir Graham Dorey, a summary of the experiences of the Jews in Guernsey during the occupation. Transcript of speech given by Jon Kay-Mount OBE, President of the States of Alderney, a summary of the suffering that occurred in Alderney during the occupation and his experience of returning to the Island six months after the German surrender. Transcript of speech given by the Emeritus Chief Rabbi the Right Honourable Lord Jakobovits, who read the roll of honour of non-Jewish men and women who helped the Jews in the Channel Islands during the occupation.
Date: September 2nd 1998
The Millennium Village at St Helier Waterfront. Official opening ceremony performed by the Bailiff, Sir Philip Bailhache
Date: June 17th 2000
The Bailiff, Sir Philip Bailhache and his secretary Mrs Sara Collins at a morning meeting. The morning meetings are a regular part of the day to discuss and plan agendas etc.
Date: January 19th 2000
Marion Labey, Chairwoman of the Executive Committee of the Brook Centre, meeting the Bailiff, Sir Philip Bailhache.
Date: February 29th 2000
Marion Labey, Chairwoman of the Executive Committee of the Brook Centre, with Bronia Lever, Manager of the Brook Centre, meeting the Bailiff, Sir Philip Bailhache.
Date: February 29th 2000
Date: May 29th 2000