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Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Captain Charles O'Brien of the Loyal Limerick Regoment of Fencibles for failing to return to shore to pay debts owing and for officers of the ship 'Ocean' for disobeying orders of Colonel Hunt. Court martial requested
Date: 2 December 1799 - 20 March 1802
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 1, Page 18. Includes newscuttings, with photographs, from the Evening Post.
Date: 18 September 1940 - 1 October 1940
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 1, Page 81. Includes newscuttings from the Evening Post, a photograph of a Red Cross message from Louis F Jackson of Liverpool to Mr and Mrs Jackson of 28 Rouge Bouillon, and a cigarette packet for ''The Cigarette'' Melange by Phillips and Company Limited.
Date: 25 November 1940 - 25 March 1941
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 1, Page 96. Includes photographs of: posters relating to executions of Szmul Tyszelman, Henry [Henri] Gautherot, Henri Louis Honoré d'Estiennes d'Orves, Maurice Charles Émile Barlier and Jan Louis-Guilleaume Doornik in France; a poster announcing the execution of Louis Berrier in Jersey; German officers rehearsing invasion procedures in St Helier Harbour; and the exterior of the soldiers' home at the former Mayfair Hotel on St Saviour's Road.
Date: 3 August 1941 - 31 December 1941
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 2, Page 45. Includes a photograph of an example of V propaganda with caption, and newscuttings from the Evening Post of: an appeal by George A Romeril of Surville Manor, Mont à l’Abbé for volunteers to help bring in the harvest; and a notice concerning the execution of Louis Berrier.
Date: 9 July 1941 - 3 August 1941
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 49. Includes: newscuttings from the Evening Post; a copy of a Red Cross message from Louis F Jackson to his mother Marie Jackson of 28 Rouge Bouillon; and a cigarette packet for Mondial cigarettes.
Date: 9 February 1942 - 20 July 1942
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 64. Includes a copy of a circular dated 17 September 1942 from Oberst [Colonel] Knackfuss, Feldkommandant [Field Commandant] instructing all recipients to appear with family members on 18 September 1942 at the Weighbridge to be evacuated.
Date: 17 September 1942
Copies of various court martial documents and permits. Includes car permits, release of prisoners and crime punishments [?]
Date: 1941 - 1945
Album includes documents and articles concerning air raid precautions, items regarding a fire at Mont Orgueil Villa, Gorey on the 3rd February 1941, examples of German Occupation currency, various permits and identity cards, registration of household forms, permission for a parade organised by the British Red Cross, proclamation asking for the civil population to be calm on the eve of the D-Day landings, Christmas cards made in Jersey during the occupation, photocopies from Seymour Tower's fishing diary, German court martial documents for local inhabitants, lists of equipment, receipts, inventories, assorted German forms used during the Occupation, signature of German soldiers, letter from the Channel Islands Refugees Committee and items concerning returning to the Channel Islands, requisition of property orders and Rehabilitation Committee applications.
Date: 29 March 1939 - 7 September 1979
1) Interview with Frank Keiller on the radio programme 'Conversation Piece' which includes musical interlude. Discusses being a teenager during the occupation, what it feels like to celebrate 40 years of liberation, his background, his reputation as a tearaway, problems at the deportations in which he was involved in riots and was arrested and court martialled but escaped deportation because of his age, his plan to escape from the island, the subsequent failure and his arrest by the Germans, his interrogation in the prison at Gloucester Street, the conditions in prison and his attempt to escape, hiding from the Germans for the rest of the occupation with a new identity, before the escape attempt helping at the hospital under Arthur Halliwell, Ray Osmont and Dr Darling, qualifying as a doctor and surgeon after the war, joining the RAF, his subsequent career in different countries, the stress of surgery, leaving the Royal Air Force, making a new civilian life, moving to Victoria in Australia, retirement plans, hobbies, feelings towards the Germans now and feelings about the government of the States of Jersey during the occupation. 2) Weather and traffic report. Stolen items-police report. Magazine section-new book '120 Years'-History of Jersey Swimming Club-compiled by John Faige explained to Beth Lloyd why club was founded in 1865, about Havre des Pas Swimming Pool, Jersey residents in international swimming and diving competitions in the past and photographs. Paul Fox returning to the island after working on a project for 10 weeks in Southern Chile with Operation Rally to build a bridge. Report on the reoccupation of St Luke's vicarage by homeless families. Report on the hill climb at Bouley Bay. Channel Islands Occupation Society have found in the east of the island an entrance that appears to be the start of a tunnel leading towards France. Michael Ginns explains how it was found, reasons it would have been dug, question of how far it may go, where it leads to. Public Works interest in tunnel expressed by Deputy Don Filleul expressing excitement over the find, possibilities of our own channel tunnel, possible conduit for water and the investigation to continue with a report ready for April 1st next year (April Fool's joke)
Date: May 1985
Frank Keiller talking to Chris Stone on Radio Jersey about his experience during the occupation. Talks about the first trouble that he got in having tried to find some petrol for an escape attempt, punching a couple of german solders whilst the deportations were taking place and running away, being tracked down, arrested, interrogated and beaten over the incident and then being interrogated again at Silvertide, Havre des Pas and courtmartialled although only given probation on account of his age, helping beat of collaborator with Basil Le Brun but escaped being arrested, being warned that he was being watched, forming a group after D-Day aiming to help went the liberation took place, trying to take information on fortifications to the allies when escaping and the consequent failure of the attempt, taken to be interrogated and then to prison, how he felt at the time, resistance, conditions in prison, being court martialled and worrying about charges of espionage, describes escape from prison with friends, hiding out for the rest of the occupation with different residents, other escape plans, talks about acts of resistance and collaboration, feelings about time, his talk to the Channel Islands Occupation Society and the importance of personal stories during the occupation, his lowest point during the occupation, reasons for his resistance and how the occupation should be remembered.
Date: 1 January 1999
L/D/25/L/43 and R/06/3 are the same entry. BBC Radio Jersey-Occupation Tapes. Told by the people who lived through it produced by Beth Lloyd. 1) Part 7: Deportation. BBC Report on the deportations from the Channel Islands. Alexander Coutanche's difficulty in having to accept the order. Eye witnesses reports of discovering the order for the deportations in the Evening Post, discovery that some deportee's houses being looted, preparations for deportation, being served deportation notices, deciding what to take, going to the Weighbridge, people being turned back because the ships were full, the crowd singing the ships off, the journey to St Malo, fighting at the third deportation leading to arrests. 2) Part 8: Not a Lot of Anything. Eye witnesses talking about the lack of essential supplies such as soap, a great shortage of drugs and medicines by Dr John Lewis and others, lack of clothes, shoes and the need to mend things, improvisation with clothes, bartering economy, wood collecting, what was used for fuel and reusing razor blades. 3) Part 9: From Finance to Farming, The Island Keeps Going. A BBC Report on the currency used in the island. Eye witness accounts on the lack of english currency and the use of reichsmarks, the conversion necessary for records kept in banks and auction houses, the creation of new notes by Edmund Blampied, stocks in the shops diminshing leading to rationing control, the black market, exchange and mart in the Evening Post, farmer's experience of being told what to grow, harvesting and the inspections made by the Germans, farmers hiding extras from the Germans, investigations into a fuel that would allow tractors to run on something other than petrol, getting by, crops that were grown and giving food to others. 4) Part 10: There's Good and Bad in all Races. Eye witnesses talking about collaborators, Jerry Bags, informers, the actions of the Post Office to destroy anonymous denunciation letters or warn those who had been denounced, searches by german soldiers to follow up anonymous letters, relationships with and attitudes of the german soldiers (Poor sound quality) 5) Part 11: Government and God, How the States and the Church Survived. Eye witnesses talking about dissatisfaction with the local authorities, the difficulties faced by the bailiff Alexander Coutanche, confirming legislation in Jersey, rectors and Jurats members of the States, meetings of the States, rectors remaining in the parishes and services continuing, Canon Cohu being taken by the Germans for passing on the news from the radio, praying for the men who were fighting, banning of the Salvation Army and Jehovah Witnesses. 6) Part 12: Brushes with the German Authorities. Eye witnesses talking about being interrogated at Silvertide, experiences of confrontations with the german soldiers, being arrested and beaten, court martials and trials of local residents, listening to the radio and experiences in the prison at Gloucester Street. L/D/25/L/43 and R/06/3 are the same entry.