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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 62. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including details of Red Cross medical supplies and method of distribution, and a report on the first importation of Red Cross supplies.
Date: 20 February 1945 - 24 February 1945
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 63. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including notices of rewards for the return of missing dogs with comments in manuscript by Mrs Sinnatt.
Date: 10 February 1945 - 13 March 1945
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 65. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including a message from the Bailiff regarding Red Cross supplies.
Date: 1 March 1945 - 21 March 1945
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 66. Includes packaging from a Red Cross parcel received from the Joint Council of the Order of St John and the New Zealand Red Cross Society.
Date: 1 March 1945 - 31 March 1945
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 67. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including articles regarding the fourth voyage of the Red Cross ship SS Vega to the Channel Islands, and notices published in the On the Field of Honour column concerning the deaths on active service of members of the armed services.
Date: 5 April 1945 - 25 April 1945
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 68. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including notices published in the On the Field of Honour column concerning the deaths on active service of members of the armed services.
Date: 23 April 1945 - 27 April 1945
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 69. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post, including an article about the death of Adolf Hitler and his succession as Fuehrer by Grand Admiral Doenitz.
Date: 1 May 1945 - 2 May 1945
Letter from M Bellenger from the Prisoners of War Section of the Temporary Committee of the French Red Cross in the United Kingdom to Miss M L Norman [Madeleine Louise Norman] of 11 Oppidans Road, London setting out details of how to order a food parcel to be sent to Eugeune Chenu.
Date: 21 October 1941
Postcard from Thomas Maine, internee number 369, Wurzach Internment Camp to Mr J Jerrom of 49 David Place, St Helier.
Date: 23 August 1943 - 7 September 1943
Ring binder of Evening Post and other newspaper cuttings from 1984 to 1985 with articles relating to the Channel Islands Occupation Society and the German Occupation. Includes articles on the meetings, work and events of the Channel Islands Occupation Society, articles on returning German soldiers and prisoners of war, notes on publications relating to the german occupation and other aspects of the german occupation such as the german underground hospital, escapees, sport and red cross parcels.
Date: 22 March 1984 - 17 July 1985
Album contains documents concerning transport, essential services and rationing including petrol coupons, purchase and requisitioning orders of vehicles, permits for vehicles, rejection of vehicles for German purchasing, breakdown notice, documents from the Jersey Electricity Company, letter concerning the Government's position with regard to food supplies in the islands and their decision to allow the Red Cross safe conduct, the Food Control Office's correspondence regarding supplies and ration books.
Date: 23 October 1939 - 12 July 1977
Date: 1942 - 1945
Red Cross. Includes photographs of the SS Vega that delivered the parcels, the distribution of the red cross parcels, the Bailiff, Alexander Coutanche's meeting with International Red Cross Officials in Guernsey, Dr Hanna and Swiss Red Cross Officials and a poem entitled 'Red Cross Steamer' written by Mildred and L A Landick.
Date: 1944 - 1945
Side elevation of the SS Vega Red Cross ship, States of Jersey Department of Public Building and Works [laminated]
Date: 28 February 1985
2 Copies of 8mm Occupation Scenes-1940-1945 marked Bertram film-Includes film of the German cemetery with a church in the background, collecting vraic, chopping wood, the Jersey flag, quarrying, a railway track, memorial saying 'This road is dedicated to the men and women of Jersey who suffered in the World War 1939-1945', a shipwreck, a fire, people coming out of a garage, red cross food parcel distribution, preparing food, picking vegetables, cycling on a penny farthing, swastikas on the wall, the German Underground Hospital and the cemetery at Howard Davis Park.
Date: 1940 - 1945
Channel Islands Occupation Society Tape 2 1) Summer of 1945-a Michael and Margaret Ginns production concerning the liberation of Jersey in the summer of 1945. Includes an introduction to the occupation of Jersey and the restrictions placed upon Channel Islanders by the Germans, the occurrence of D-Day but surrender not occurring in Jersey, the lack of supplies and fuel as a result of being cut off and the rescue of the islanders by the supplies of the SS Vega, news being gained from the crystal radio sets, listening to Churchill's speech in the Royal Square, the meeting of the German officers on the HMS Beagle and the signing of the surrender of the island, liberation forces coming onto the island and the celebrations that took place as a result, German prisoners of war being put to work to clear the devastation that had been left, parades of the British army, the thanksgiving service on the 17th May 1945 and the Royal visit on June 7th, removal and dumping of ammunition and islanders visit the previously off limits fortifications, the island returning to pre war state with the return of the mail boat and deportees and evacuees coming back to the island, finally clearing finishing in 1946 and celebrations to mark the one year anniversary of liberation-22 mins 30 secs. 2) Interned-a study of the deportations of Channel Islanders to internment camps in Southern Germany. Includes the reason islanders were deported, the serving of deportation orders, an exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of its occurrence with many paintings of interest being put on show, details of where the camps, Biberach, Laufen and Wurzach, were located, the make up of the camps, Harold Hepburn and other painters who took deportation as a chance to paint, single men being separated and taken to Laufen, different artists in the camps and examples of work done by Harold Hepburn, Henry Barnett, Sidney Dolby, Irene Grubb, and Joan Salmon, sport that took place in the camps, education, health in the camps, deaths and births of Channel Islanders in the camps, food and the assistance offered by the Red Cross, life continuing as normally as possible with celebrations of birthdays and anniversaries, liberation of the camps, freedom to move into the village and surrounding village and meet German people who had helped them, return to England and the Channel Islands, children adjusting to life without restrictions and the setting up of the Jersey Ex-Internee Association to promote greater understanding between people from Jersey and Wurzach-23 mins.
Mrs M Bird, Past Vice-President of the Channel Islands Occupation Society (Guernsey) and Ex President of the Woman's Institute delivering a speech entitled 'Life on the Domestic Front and Life in General during the Occupation' delivered to the Channel Islands Occupation Society (Jersey) and the Channel Islands Family History Society. Kept diaries during occupation which the talk is mainly based upon. Was a housewife and so had to cope with life at home. Talk includes references concerning demilitarisation and evacuation, dilemma of whether to go or stay with mixed messages given by the States, decided against going although her mother went splitting the family up, air raid, landing of Germans and her first impressions, the running of the island, agriculture in the island, buying of food in France, attempt to live normally, gradual worsening of conditions, church arrangements, beaches, cinemas, entertainment during the occupation-keeping up morale, transport-bicycles, buses, hospitals, schools-german lessons, deportation of Guernsey residents to the internment camps, press-censorship, proliferation of rumours, wirelesses and crystal sets, GUNS-Guernsey Underground News Sheet, Red Cross messages, dropping of leaflets, food, cooking and clothing, 'a housewife's nightmare'-rationing, bartering economy, improvisation of ingredients for recipes, methods of cooking, fuel and the difficulty of rationing, food-details of level of rationing with different foods, extracts from diary on the dishes she made, treatment by german soldiers, desperation near the end-eating of pets by germans, D-Day-tightening up of everything, arrival of SS Vega and the Red Cross parcels, stealing on the increase, Organisation Todt camp nearby, liberation day, reintroduction of mail service and the feelings of thankfulness at the close of occupation.