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Papers relating to the declaration of St Malo and other French Ports as infected ports (Colorado Beetle)
Date: March 30th 1933 - March 8th 1937
Date: September 29th 1939 - February 5th 1940
Letter concerning tar shipped to France to be de-hydrated at St Malo and returned for use in the repair of local roads.
Date: April 5th 1944
Correspondence re: Money for purchases in France, by securing credit in French Francs through Lloyds Bank, Barclays Bank, and Westminster Bank, Paris Branches. Raising a Foreign Exchange loan for the Channel Islands. The Clearing Agreement relating to the purchase of goods in Europe in different currencys, e.g. Reichkreditkassen. Copy of the 'Journal Officiel', 15/01/1943 containing the published agreement between France and the Channel Islands with regard to accounts. Payments to the troops. Transmission of money from the Channel Islands to Germany for the deportees. Payments to German firms. Removal of British Bank Notes from circulation - includes protest from the Bank Managers re. the proposed handing of all British Currency to the German Authorities
Date: January 24th 1941 - August 7th 1944
Correspondence files regarding the Commission Amicale Vivre et Habiter Exposition St Malo April 1998
Reference: B/D/A/F1/5 (3)
Date: September 30th 1996 - April 29th 1998
Correspondence files regarding the Commission Amicale Vivre et Habiter Exposition St Malo August 1995 June 1996
Date: June 13th 1995 - June 26th 1998
Act of the Agriculture Committee declaring the ports of Carteret, Portbail, Grainville, St Malo and St Brieuc 'infected port's. Printed by J T Bigwood, States Printers.
Date: April 11th 1936
Date: July 18th 1850 - December 31st 1854
File relating to Caen and the Groupe de Travail. Includes correspondence and reports concerning: relations with Normandy and Brittany, visits, the Commission Amicale, meetings, the New Harbour development, freight services between Jersey and Saint Malo, ferries, the Maison de Jersey, commercial relations, and a proposed Chamber of Commerce
Date: April 25th 2000 - 2002-01
Photographs of a St Helier Boys' School trip to St Malo, France. The group were photographed on the Albert Pier, St Helier and in St Malo. One photograph has the names of pupils; Johnson, Beckford, D. Le Marquand, Lepage and O'Connell. Additional information re. D/J/N7/Q/6/6 after it appeared in the Jersey Evening Post 21/03/2000. Back row, teacher second from left, deputy head, Mr Clarke. Standing in the row forwards, left to right Charlie Pearce, Basil Lelliott, Brian Cabot, John Turner, Brian Martin, Jim Hardy and Jim Grier. Blond lad in centre - Peter Osment, in front - Jim Broomfield [spelling mistake in document - actually Bromfield], Ronnie Marett and possibly the Le Saux brothers. All the lads were 15 years old.
Date: May 21st 1954
Photographs of a D'Hautrée School trip to France. Photographs include the pupils on the boat to St Malo, view of St Malo and shops inside St Malo. Also photographs of the D-Day landing beach at Arromanches-Les-Bains, and an American war cemetery and monument in St-Laurent-sur-mer
Date: 1980 - 1998
Photographs of the roll on/roll off facilities at Plymouth, Weymouth, Liverpool, the Isle of Man and St Malo