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Bicycles and Motorcycles
Date: 17 May 1945 - 18 February 1946
Issue of motor vehicle permit for the Telephone Department motorcycle and car
Date: 20 October 1944 - 24 October 1944
Statistics of petrol consumption, fuel stocks and number of licensed vehicles, includes lists of all licensed cars, motorcycles, petrol lorries, gazogene lorries and vans with J numbers and names of licenses.
Date: 6 November 1944 - 3 April 1945
Correspondence relating to the revoking of licenses for 2 motorcycles and 1 lorry belonging to the Jersey Electricity Co. and the refusal of a licence to be granted to a dentist for one of the same motorcycles.
Date: 11 February 1945 - 1 March 1945
List of forty motorcycles requisitioned for the German troops, includes; registration number, name and address of owner, and make and year of bike.
Date: 14 March 1942 - 17 March 1942
Correspondence re. requisition and purchase of motor vehicles, includes; Termination of purchase of Motor Vehicles requisitioned by the O.T. Complaints re. payments. Lists of vehicles awaiting payment. Surrender of motor cycles and cars. Doctor's cars.
Date: 3 October 1942 - 23 April 1945
Return of vehicles from German Authorities
Date: 4 June 1942
Request for a motorcycle permit for R L Sangan, Manager of the Textile Department
Date: 25 April 1941
Draft Road Traffic (No. 10) (Jersey) Regulations, 1975, lodged by the Defence Committee
Date: 4 November 1975
Draft Road Traffic (No. 38) (Jersey) Regulation 199, lodged by the Defence Committee.
Date: 27 November 1990
Sound recording of Michel Gould speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 07/02/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Gould speaks about the troups landing in town, cycling from Grouville, the school shutting down, the children looting, exploring the fortifications, the mines removal, getting the golf course back in shape, his father’s job as a manager at Boots, the coming of fresh products, the rationing after the Liberation, his time at Victoria College during the Occupation and the teachers, one of his teacher participating in the Olympics, being a part of the guard of honors during the Montgomery visit, going to work as a lawyer at Hillstreet, learning at distance, passing the bat, participating in a French exchange, helping out on farms during the Occupation, the weighbridge, tourism, traveling by cars, motocycles and bicycles, the Battle of Flowers, the Boots on Queen Roads, shops, watching the coronation on television, traveling to Southampton to see his family, the lawyers on royal courts and the day he was sworn in.
Date: 7 February 2005
Registers of Motor Cars and Motor Cycles
Register (No 1)
Date: 1914 - 1917
Register (No 2)
Date: 1918 - 1920
Register (No 4) (No 3 missing)
Date: 1922 - 1923
Register (No 5)
Date: 1924 - 1925
Register (No 6)
Register (No 7)