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Scrapbook No 3 compiled by Mr E J de Ste Croix. Includes cuttings from the Evening Post, labels from french suppliers to Jersey, ration notices, supply of footwear, curfew notices, advert for a German theatre comedy, warnings by the bailiff against loitering and damaging property of the occupying forces, the report and inquest into the death of James Patrick Fitzgerald and the injury of Lawrence Horgan when stepping on a landmine at Les Platons, Trinity, restrictions on fuel, notices on firearms, notices about the appearance of V sign propaganda around the island, order regarding fishing, requisitioning, an entry permit for one of the houses of the brothels, a card to enable german soldiers to obtain food whilst in transit, a notice warning of 5 years of imprisonment for stealing from the feldpost and 6-10 for stealing petrol from the army depot, an order relative to protection against acts of sabotage, an article about a film being made of the retreat of Dunkirk, a time sheet for local workers of Theodor Elsche, notice on the sentencing of Louis Berrier for releasing a pigeon with a message for England, the German answer to v sign propaganda, registration of vehicles, propaganda by the Germans against the British, football fixtures, the stopping of printing the Evening Post on thursday and a copy of Marshall Petain's telegram to Hitler expressing sympathy for attacks against German Forces in France.
Date: 20 May 1941 - 3 December 1941
Letters to Miss Blanche Lakeman 55 Cavalry Crescent, Eastbourne from her mother 45 Cowley Mansions, Cowley Road, Brixton. A letter that she sent to Auntie Loo in Jersey was returned undelivered, marked 'Service Suspended'. Her mother also gives news of Winnie, Poddy & Diana, and comments that London is a safe place to be (it is well guarded).
Date: 18 July 1940
Leaflet No 28 from the Jersey Stamp Bulletin about stamps in the Island
Leaflet No 30 from the Jersey Stamp Bulletin about stamps in the Island
Jersey Museum, old building in Pier road: postal display
Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : 'What's Your Street's Story' - Broad Street - St Helier's former High Street
Date: 14 April 2021
Digital copy of Patricia Ann Bailhache's witness statement to the Inquiry providing an account of her experiences as an elected member of the States of Jersey between 1987 and 2002. [Some details redacted].
Date: 7 September 2015