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Jersey and Guernsey applications to the Red Cross for surgical supplies, medicine and instruments. See also B/A/W45/40. Includes; A request for the people of the Islands to receive parcels at Christmas time from the Red Cross. Detailed lists of supplies needed and sent. Report stating the population of Jersey, and amount of rations given to each class of person. Three internees returned from internment camp due to ill health.

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Reference

B/A/W49/9

Date

June 18th 1942 - October 17th 1944

Names

Red Cross
Bailiff's Chambers
Coutanche, Lord Alexander Moncrieff, 1892 - 1973, Bailiff of Jersey, 1935-1961
Allport, Norman A
St John Ambulance Association Emergency Committee
Department of Public Health
McKinstry, R N, Doctor
French Red Cross
Fabre, H E, Commandant
Heider, Major, Field Commandant
Drecourt, E A C, Doctor
Knackfuss, Colonel
Von Aufsess, Field Commandant
Sherwill, A J
Wasmer, H
German Red Cross
Brennen, Mr
Campbell, Mr
Proteau, Theodore
Morely, Cecil
Chapman, Arthur Lawrence
Leale, Jurat
Hilton, J Aston
Jersey Chemists Association
Symons, A N, Doctor

Keywords

Rationing | Population | surgical instruments | Medicine | Bailiffs | Occupation | Second World War | Guernsey | Little Grove, Millbrook | Laufen Internment Camp | medical supplies

Dimensions

110 papers

Language

English
German

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please consult digital copy

Closed until

2100

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